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But, amid outcries over disinformation, hate speech and concerns about biased decisions to kick people off social media platforms, Democratic and Republican lawmakers alike have proposed changing Section 230 over the past year.
His death was recorded by a bystander and quickly went viral, sparking national outcry.
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In New York, legislators faced an outcry over the expansive scope of the liability protections and four months later scaled them back.
Nonetheless, a controversy that had begun a year previously with an outcry about the treatment of women had ended up focusing on whether progress on gender integration should be reversed.
After losing a lease for a vacant property in Ward 5 near the National Arboretum amid public outcry, Core purchased a structure in Ward 7, at 3701 Benning Road NE.
The move followed an outcry from smaller owners of physical stores who fear Amazon will take business from them during the country’s virus lockdown.
If people really knew how bad it had been, and how bad at times it gets, there would be more outcry and more of a problem keeping the schools open.
If the government mandated consumers to buy more than they need in other areas, there would be a public outcry.
Around the same time, the Christian Voters League raised an outcry over a reading of “Death of a Salesman” in a high-school class.
It’s been just over three months since Adidas’s former head of human resources, Karen Parkin, stepped down from her position amid a public, employee-led outcry alleging racism at the sneaker giant.

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