Yes, Section 230 Allows Social Media Platforms to Moderate Content Subjectively

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Republican Senators made the implication while questioning Mark Zuckerberg before the Senate that because Facebook was not “content-neutral,” it violated a tenant on Section 230 protections.

The accusation stems from a notion, popular in certain political circles, that online platforms only receive Section 230 protections if they remain politically neutral in content moderation.

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