WASHINGTON — Last week the U.S. Supreme Court considered two cases that could drastically change how social media platforms function.

On Tuesday, the court heard Gonzalez v. Google LLC, which could rewrite Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, taking away third party publishing immunity for social media companies and other internet publishers.

Likewise, the case heard on Wednesday, Twitter v. Taamneh, examines whether Big Tech companies are liable for aiding and abetting terrorist activities by allowing dangerous posts onto their sites.

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