The bill, introduced by Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler, would hold tech companies accountable for censoring constitutional speech.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss Google, free speech, and big tech censorship.
“What we’re really seeing here is the power that small groups have to weaponize these large internet entities against people that they don’t like,” he said.
Attorney General Bill Barr explained that the primary motive behind the DOJ’s push to reform Section 230 liability protections was to protect free speech.
The tide has been turning against Silicon Valley tech giants in Washington for quite some time, but this week appears to have reached a tipping point.
The failed attempt by NBC News to demonetize The Federalist puts to rest any idea that the legacy media cares about objectivity or free speech.
On Tuesday, Twitter began censoring Trump’s tweets less than a year after a federal court ruled that the president is barred from blocking other users.
If we are going to provide Big Tech with a sweetheart deal, it must be a deal that also works for the American people. It’s time to rewrite Section 230.
Big Tech’s claim that they cannot possibly remove illegal content runs hollow given the time and effort they spend censoring lawful political speech.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke came out in support of eliminating existing protections for tech giants Friday, joining a growing chorus of political elites aiming to break up big tech.
If tech giants want to block pro-life content, they need to be prepared to also accept legal liability for the various words and images uploaded.
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