New California Law Requires Social Media Companies To Become More Transparent About Their Content Management Policies

Written by Marc Mayer and Stacey Chuvaieva On September 14, 2022, California Governor Gavin Newsome signed Assembly Bill 587, which imposes a set of new obligations on large social media companies. The new law is designed to encourage social media companies to take action to limit the spread of disinformation, misinformation, hate speech, racism, extremism, radicalization, harassment, and foreign political interference. Under the new law, … Continue reading New California Law Requires Social Media Companies To Become More Transparent About Their Content Management Policies