What the Supreme Court’s Google and Twitter decisions mean for social media – CBS News
The Supreme Court on Thursday decided to maintain the status quo for social media platforms, meaning companies cannot be held legally liable for what someone posted. Adam Liptak, Supreme Court reporter for The New York Times, joins CBS News to discuss what the decision means for the future of the internet.
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