More than a dozen medium-size internet companies including Snap, Reddit and eBay have launched a coalition to defend the broad legal immunity that protects online companies from lawsuits over user-posted content. The move confirms a November report in The Information. The group, called Internet Works, is made up of medium-sized tech companies concerned that their interests could be ignored...
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