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14 January 2021 By Jennifer Saba

A mob attack gives Congress another reason to rethink a 25-year-old law that shields social media firms from liability over user content. New rules should also focus on how Facebook and Twitter amass and use data to amplify user content. The volume matters as much as the message.

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