Twitter Using Section 230 To Avoid Child Sex Trafficking Lawsuit.

Twitter is seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by a child sex trafficking victim and relying on Section 230 to do so. The controversial section of the Communications Decency Act, which has recently come under fire from conservatives, is a critical part of Twitter’s argument for the dismissal of the case. “Given that Twitter’s alleged liability here rests on its failure to remove content from its platform, dismissal of the Complaint with prejudice is warranted on this ground alone,” the social media platform argued. “The lawsuit, filed in January, is accusing the Silicon Valley company of knowingly benefiting financially from

Pro-Lifers Condemn Senate Democrats for Blocking Anti-Human Trafficking Bill

After Senate Democrats blocked an anti-human trafficking bill last week because it lacked language that would allow abortions, pro-life groups have come together to condemn the decision and to advocate for anti-trafficking legislation. “In a stunning display of protecting abortion at all costs, the U.S. Senate failed to defend victims — women and little girls — of sex trafficking. The abortion lobby and their allies in the Senate should be ashamed of themselves,” stated Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America. “How dare they call themselves ‘pro-woman’ when they epically failed to help sex trafficking victims because they would