Thousands of American companies could suffer from Trump’s vague FOSTA

May 12, 2018 Ron Teicher


On April 11, President Trump signed FOSTA (Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act) into law, a controversial move that aims to combat sex trafficking crimes through the anonymity of the internet. The publicized debate is surrounding the bill’s alleged attempt at censorship on the internet; but perhaps an unrealized or unstudied effect of this new law is the immediate and major change to the way businesses operate online. The bill, passed by Congress at the end of March, broadly makes “any information service, system, or access software provider that provides or enables computer access by multiple users to a computer server”…

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