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No One Knows if the Internet’s Most Controversial Law Helps or Hurts Women

While some activists hope amending Section 230 would end revenge porn, doing so could also take away safe spaces

Illustration: Claire Merchlinsky

InIn the mid-1990s, when the internet was still relatively new, Congress passed a 26-word provision as part of the…




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