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Unfortunately, Section 230 has been often misused by big tech to do the absolute bare minimum and then hide behind a cloak of liability protection.
Regulators face questions about whether the apparently amateur trading crowd’s activities amounted to illegal market manipulation — and if sophisticated professionals used the cloak of online anonymity to stoke the frenzy.
Over time, this slow burial of organic matter accumulated into storage strata of ancient sunlight, well hidden in the dark cloak of carbon.
That engulfing mucus might also work as an invisibility cloak.
On this errand he departed, wrapped tightly in his cloak, walking briskly through the now heavier rain.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
As she spoke, she moved very slightly, letting her cloak fall open so that her long throat was exposed.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
He dashed up to the drawing-room; his wife was coming forth then, her cloak and gloves on, her fan in her hand.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
Rallying himself somewhat, he laid his hand upon the white cloak covering her shoulders.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
On their entrance into the church, a brownish-red silk cloak, which concealed the whole of the uniform, was presented to each.
The Doctor doubled his old-fashioned cloak across his breast as he strode home through the darkness.

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