End Big Tech censorship by fixing Section 230, not repealing it

In the early days of the internet, few developers openly explored the darker reality of total interconnectivity. Even the visionaries behind those first, famous lines of code probably didn’t envision global conversations dominated by 140 characters or less. Indeed, the internet of 2020 is quite different from the internet that created so much legislative buzz in the mid-1990s. So why does Washington insist upon forcing Big Tech into an obsolete regulatory framework?

Debates over Supreme Court vacancies and “skinny” relief packages may dominate media coverage of Capitol Hill, but look beneath the surface, and you’ll find plenty of bipartisan discussion over evergreen issues. Take, for example, Big Tech’s ever-increasing role in the provision and consumption of information and the
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