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Introduction of Filter Bubble Transparency Act into the US House of Representatives

The Filter Bubble Transparency Act is introduced into the US House of Representatives. Under the bill, so-called `large-scale internet platforms` shall make the use of content filtering algorithms transparent to the user and allow the user to see an alternative news feed that is unfiltered. Also, the bill contains exceptions on the regulation concerning minors.

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Scope

Policy Area
Content moderation
Policy Instrument
Content moderation regulation
Regulated Economic Activity
platform intermediary: user-generated content
Implementation Level
national
Government Branch
legislature
Government Body
parliament

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2021-06-10
under deliberation

Senator John Thune, with co-sponsors, reintroduced the Filter Bubble Transparency Act into the US S…

2021-06-10
under deliberation

Senator John Thune, with co-sponsors, reintroduced the Filter Bubble Transparency Act into the US S…

2021-11-09
under deliberation

The Filter Bubble Transparency Act is introduced into the US House of Representatives. Under the bi…