Rep. Dan Crenshaw Preparing Bill to Remove Section 230 Immunity For Online Political Discrimination

Rep. Dan Crenshaw Preparing Bill to Remove Section 230 Immunity For Online Political Discrimination
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Texas Republican Congressman Dan Crenshaw revealed he’s finalizing a law that would strip Section 230 protections from Big Tech monopolies engaged in acts of political discrimination, a potential regulatory solution to internet censorship that conservatives have been made the victim of for several years. The Houston-area Representative and Navy SEAL veteran announced he was drafting the law in an Instagram post on Sunday.

The legislation, yet to be formally named, would amend the Communications Act of 1934 to create exceptions to Section 230 protections. The amendment would also limit immunity for actions that discriminated on a sexual, ethnic or racial basis, allowing a wide range of internet users to litigate against Big Tech oligarchs who discriminate against user-created content.

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