Proposed NAFTA Treaty Changes Censorship Guidelines for Social Media Companies


A change in the wording of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which replaces NAFTA, will make the decision of what can be censored on social media platforms far more subjective and left up to the social media companies.

From (RealClearPolitics.com)

Article 19.17 of the USMCA stealthily removes seven words from Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act’s “Good Samaritan” provision, which would give Big Tech the statutory right to censor whatever content it finds “objectionable.”

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