Why the Supreme Court tiptoeing past a key social media shield helps Big Tech


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We have an internet (and this message board) courtesy of section 230. No section 230, no internet. Just government propaganda and adverts. Removing Section 230 protection would be the single greatest act of censorship of modern times, outdoing anything the Nazis managed with all their bonfires of books.

Upset that it isn't perfect? What is? Humans don't do perfect. It is simply far better than the alternatives.

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No section 230, no internet.

Exactly. No section 230 and we might as well be living in the PRC for all of the freedom of speech we will have.

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