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Content Moderation

Our online information impacts our opinions, health, and political views. There is a delicate balance between protecting individuals’ online access while mitigating risks associated with harmful online content. BPC’s Technology Project works with a wide variety of public and private-sector stakeholders from across the political spectrum to develop and advance bipartisan policy approaches to content moderation – the removal of harmful user content from online platforms.

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Section 230- Are Online Platforms Publishers, Distributors, or Neither?

Bipartisan Policy Center Files Amicus Brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in Support of Respondent Google LLC

Bipartisan Policy Center’s Amicus Brief on Gonzalez v. Google

Summarizing the Amicus Briefs Arguments in Gonzalez v. Google LLC

Gonzalez v. Google: Implications for the Internet’s Future

Coordinated Influence Operations— Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt

Republican Midterm Agenda: Section 230, Censorship, and Big Tech

The effects of platform openness on app stores and other digital platforms

Summarizing the Section 230 Debate: Pro-Content Moderation vs Anti-Censorship

Online content regulation beyond the big platforms

Tech Regulation Through Transparency

Implications for Changing Section 230

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Content Moderation Around the World

Content Moderation (IML) in the European Union

The Future of Intermediary Liability and Content Moderation

Information Disorder

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