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A Philadelphia representative is attempting to introduce a bill that would force social media platforms to change the way they handle so-called “hate speech” complaints.
The bill, similar to bills that have been attempted in other states – only to be struck down for being unconstitutional – was proposed by Representative Darisha K. Parker on Wednesday.
Parker said that social media platforms are effective for keeping people in touch but that they’re often used for “hate speech.”“Those in control of these platforms must be held accountable in addressing this troublesome issue that touches young people as well as adults,” Parker wrote.The legislation would force social media companies to introduce transparent features for reporting hate speech.“Persons who are emboldened by the anonymity of social media […]
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