IBM proposes changes to user content liability protections

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IBM proposes changes to user content liability protections

Says law shielding internet firms should be updated.

IBM has proposed changes to a 1996 law that protects internet companies from liabilities related to what users post on their platforms. In a blog post on Wednesday, IBM called for a fresh look at Section 230 of the United State's Communications Decency Act (CDA 230), which exempts developers of ...

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