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"Civil society is much more fragile than I think Americans appreciate," says outgoing FCC Chair Ajit Pai
Pai says Congress needs to legislate rules so that agency regulations, like net neutrality, don't swing with the leader's political affiliation.
Speech on the internet: The First Amendment and Section 230 are different
Private parties can decide whose speech they want to distribute. That's a First Amendment right, not a Section 230 right.
Big Tech isn't "home free" with Biden presidency, professor says
"I think Mr. Biden is less strident than Mr. Trump is. But Mr. Biden won't lay off a lot.," says Erik Gordon of the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.
Facebook, Twitter and more crack down on violent rhetoric, election misinformation
Social media companies are now in the business of trying to swat down misinformation, as is clear from the 2020 election.
There's a bipartisan effort to change laws that govern speech on the internet
Republicans and Democrats both want to have the laws changed, if for different reasons.
Immunity for social media platforms is challenged
The Trump administration and some lawmakers on Capitol Hill want to change the way companies like Facebook handle problematic user posts.
Is more tech regulation coming in 2019?
After a turbulent year, big tech is bound to face more scrutiny.