The Supreme Court Won’t Fix Section 230 for the Same Reason as Congress: It’s Political | Analysis

Though there is broad agreement that Section 230 needs an update, a partisan battle is keeping the stalemate going

After hearing two cases that seek to hold Google and Twitter responsible for third-party content on their platforms, the U.S. Supreme Court appears unlikely to meddle with Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, legal experts told TheWrap.

The reason may have less to do with the complexity of operating under a 1996 federal code immunizing internet companies from liability, and more to do with the widening political divide. 

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