Should social media companies be responsible for what you post? The U.S. Attorney General asks.


WASHINGTON – On Wednesday, U.S. Attorney William Barr spoke at a meeting hosted by the Justice Department to discuss the Communications Decency Act. At the meeting, he questioned whether or not major online companies should be able to be sued for what their users say, since tech companies are no longer part of the once small tech industry in Silicon Valley. 

(Compiled from Reuters, original reporting by Raphael Satter)