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Reintroduction of Filter Bubble Transparency Act into the US Senate

Senator John Thune, with co-sponsors, reintroduced the Filter Bubble Transparency Act into the US Senate. 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 which is unfiltered. The bill, with similar co-sponsors, also lay before the 116th Congress after its introduction on 1 November 2019.

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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…