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The Senate’s Section 230 Circus Sent a Bad Global Signal

On Oct 29, 2020
@WIRED shared
Opinion: "Washington’s opportunities and responsibilities for regulation have not just domestic but global effects—and if there is a time when these hearings function on facts and on good faith, we’d best all remember that." https://t.co/zqnSHNiBqj
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The exhausting, partisan shouting match of a hearing showed that the US isn't ready to regulate tech with facts and good faith.

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On Oct 29, 2020
@WIRED shared
Opinion: "Washington’s opportunities and responsibilities for regulation have not just domestic but global effects—and if there is a time when these hearings function on facts and on good faith, we’d best all remember that." https://t.co/zqnSHNiBqj
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The Senate’s Section 230 Circus Sent a Bad Global Signal

The Senate’s Section 230 Circus Sent a Bad Global Signal

The exhausting, partisan shouting match of a hearing showed that the US isn't ready to regulate tech with facts and good faith.

The Senate's section 230 hearing was partisan and predictable

The Senate's section 230 hearing was partisan and predictable

Today's Senate Commerce Committee hearing featured Twitter's Jack Dorsey, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Sundar Pichai of Alphabet, and addressed the very law that's foundational to ...

Senator and Crypto Critic Elizabeth Warren Enters 2020 US Presidential Race

Senator and Crypto Critic Elizabeth Warren Enters 2020 US Presidential Race

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, who is also known for her criticism of cryptocurrencies, has jumped into the 2020 presidential race.