Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has introduced a new bill to repeal and replace Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act with a more pro-free speech piece of legislation, along with inviting new Twitter owner Elon Musk to a round-table with censored individuals including Alex Jones and Milo Yiannopoulos.
Entitled the 21st Century FREE Speech Act, the new bill would replace Section 230, which currently ensures that online “platforms” cannot be held liable for what users on their sites post, as opposed to “publishers,” who can have total editorial control but no liability protections.
The new bill, which is set to be the House alternative to a Senate bill introduced by Senator Bill Hagerty of Tennessee, would give Americans the right to “reasonable, non-discriminatory access to online communications platforms” via a “common carrier” framework, such that currently exists with airlines, package services, or telephones.
Given that Big Tech platforms like Twitter have repeatedly censored the opinions of prominent conservatives, such as President Trump and Representative Greene herself, the new bill would stop these online platforms from exerting “undue or unreasonable preference or advantage to any particular person, class of persons, political or religious group or affiliation, or locality.”
Anyone who feels that they have had these rights violated by the Big Tech platforms would be able to sue under this new legislation. Violent, unlawful, or “harassing” content would still be allowed to be moderated, but moderation policies must be fully disclosed to users.
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