SB 520: Social Media Websites
GENERAL BILL by Burgess
Social Media Websites; Requiring social media websites to provide individual and business users of the site with notice within a specified timeframe that the website has suspended or disabled the user’s account, etc.
Last Action: 4/30/2021 Senate - Died in Judiciary, companion bill(s) passed, see SB 7072 (Ch. 2021-32)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
SB 520, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 1/11/2021 at 8:39 AM
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Related Bills (3)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills S 1914 Public Records/Social Media Platforms Burgess Linked Last Action: 4/30/2021 S Died in Judiciary, companion bill(s) passed, see SB 7074 (Ch. 2021-33) H 7013 Technology Transparency Commerce Committee Compare Last Action: 4/27/2021 H Laid on Table; companion bill(s) passed, see SB 7072 (Ch. 2021-32) S 7072 (er) Social Media Platforms Governmental Oversight and Accountability Compare Last Action: 5/25/2021 Chapter No. 2021-32, companion bill(s) passed, see SB 7074 (Ch. 2021-33)
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