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In a 4-to-3 opinion, the court said that federal law protected internet companies from liability for statements written by others.
Forcing a site to remove user-generated posts “can impose substantial burdens” on the online company, Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye wrote in the majority opinion. “Even if it would be mechanically simple to implement such an order, compliance still could interfere with and undermine the viability of an online platform.”
Use your brain to separate the BS from the real.
“It must take less time to read and comprehend the entire EULA than the time you expend to spend using the product on an average day”?
just take for example the laws in Saudi Arabia or Iran or India related to what can be published on the web by citizens or residents of those countries ( either on sites within those countries or outside them, or on 3rd party social media sites such as Instagram*