President Trump has recently signed quite a few Executive Orders that have garnered attention for a number of different reasons. I am personally most fascinated by the President taking on social media in different ways. A lot of the laws regulating the online space were written in the 90’s, long before social media as we know it was in existence. This clearly presents issues for government, employers, and society. Some of those decisions may be out of our hands if these new Executive Orders stand.
The President has gone after TikTok, Facebook and Twitter by way of trying to open the door for platforms to be sued over censorship. One of the signatures of the Trump Presidency is quick action/impatience, and that is what we clearly see in the stimulus Executive Order.
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- TikTok To Sue Trump Administration On President's Executive Order Ban
- Executive Order Addressing Threat Posed By TikTok
- U.S. Senate votes to ban TikTok app on government devices
- TikTok Terms of Service
- TikTok’s Statement on the Administration's Executive Order
- TikTok is either Microsoft's 'poisoned chalice,' next big thing or easy-money scheme
- Executive order for COVID relief, explained: What all 4 new directives mean for you
- Statement from the Press Secretary Regarding the Implementation of President Trump's Executive Order on Preventing Online Censorship
- Executive Order on Preventing Online Censorship
- Section 230: everything you need to know about the law protecting internet speech
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