Read the full disturbing story (“Something Is Wrong on the Internet”) by James Bridle here (hat tip: digg.com). From a tort law perspective, could YouTube (Google/Alphabet) be legally liable for the troubling videos that are proliferating on the YouTube Kids platform, perhaps under the attractive nuisance doctrine? Should State courts allow Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act to trump our legal rights under the common law? (In other words, isn’t Section 230 an unconstitutional encroachment of those police powers reserved to the States in our federal system of government?) #TenthAmendment #Federalism
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