US Supreme Court hears arguments on 'liability' of internet platforms
The nine US Supreme Court justices will hear arguments in two cases opposing individuals to large internet platforms this week. In both of them, the plaintiffs are the families of terror attack victims, who argue that internet giants should be held responsible for the content on their platforms. FRANCE 24's Bryan Quinn reports on a ruling that could change one of the founding principles of the internet. Also on the show: French President Emmanuel Macron defends his government's pension reform and UK businesses successfully trial the four-day work week.