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Stop SESTA: Woman Holds Phone with 230 Free Speech Icon

Sex Trafficking Experts Say SESTA Is the Wrong Solution

As Congress considers passing an Internet censorship bill in the name of fighting sex trafficking, groups that work closely with trafficking victims have been warning Congress that the bill could put trafficking victims in even more danger. It’s essential that lawmakers listen to those groups before passing a law that...

Live Blog: House Discusses Section 230

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Equifax

Will the Equifax Data Breach Finally Spur the Courts (and Lawmakers) to Recognize Data Harms?

This summer 143 million Americans had their most sensitive information breached, including their name, addresses, social security numbers (SSNs), and date of birth. The breach occurred at Equifax, one of the three major credit reporting agencies that conducts the credit checks relied on by many industries, including landlords, car lenders...

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