Section 230 does not need to be abolished — it needs to be revised. We need to clarify the distinction between hosts, content-sharing services, content-discovery services, content-consumption services, discussion boards, and publishers.
It is worth reiterating that none of the big tech companies owe anybody anything with regards to the type of content they are willing to host.
When the service is free, the provider of such service owes nothing to consumers and everything to the sponsors.
In the recent weeks, there have been reports of Twitter and Facebook censoring, blocking, and shadowbanning American Republicans on their platforms. The outrage brings up a few interesting points that are worth discussing.
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