It seems that any Stack Exchange site could fall foul of the recent US "Executive Order on Preventing Online Censorship", which could put liability onto Stack Exchange if content is edited by representatives of the company.
I'm no lawyer, so I am asking to what extent this could apply to (i) paid staff of Stack Exchange, (ii) community moderators, (iii) high-reputation users, and (iv) others.
Should folks refrain from editing posts in the meantime? We could be in a situation where the folks who are most empowered to make edits are potentially most in the limelight here.
The site I use (Stack Overflow) most frequently is pretty anodyne, but there are other sites on Stack Exchange that could be more vulnerable to this order.