Social Media Is Now A 'Product,' But Forget New Regs In 2024

By Emily Field (February 9, 2024, 6:17 PM EST) -- A grassroots parental movement demanding federal regulations to hold social media accountable for harming children is unlikely to see success in Congress this election year, but families are hearing a change in how lawmakers and tech executives call these platforms "products" instead of digital publishers, which could impact how liability claims play out in court....

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