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  • This Week In Tech Policy

    • Bill would open platforms to lawsuits
    • A new bill would open up platforms like YouTube and Facebook to lawsuits about content they host, unless federal regulators certified that their moderation of content was not "biased against a political party, political candidate, or political viewpoint."
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    • Supreme Court ruling could apply to social media
    • The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Monday that constitutional protections from government censorship of free speech don't extend to a private operator of public-access television.
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    • Roundup of a busy week for tech on capitol hill
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    • Aspen adopts 6-month delay for scooter, e-bike firms
      Aspen has enacted a waiting period for companies that provide scooter and e-bike services. Officials say the city wants to work with businesses and the public to develop a management plan.
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    • CTA Signs on to CompTIA Letter Calling on Congress to Pass the USMCA Trade Deal
      Colorado Technology Association joined CompTIA and its grassroots network of 35 state and local technology councils to call on Congress to pass the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) this summer.
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