Techdirt Podcast Episode 266: In Defense Of Section 230 & A Decentralized Internet

from the we're-back dept

The podcast went on pause over the holidays and amidst the deluge of... events — but now we're back! And to kick things off, we've got a cross-post from Nick Gillespie's Reason podcast. Mike recently joined Nick for an interview about Section 230 and why a decentralized internet is better than a heavily-restricted one, and you can listen to the whole thing on this week's episode of the Techdirt Podcast.

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Filed Under: content moderation, decentralization, internet, podcast, section 230


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    Anonymous Coward, 20 Jan 2021 @ 7:07am

    com e on now! untilpoliticians stop doing what they're told by big business and start doing what is right for everyone, including getting some grey matter themselves, no amount of articles and speeches about the rights of and good of Section 230 is ever going to do any good! if those who keep wanting to remove it actually understand it, there cant be any excuse except they are working for industry and/or lining their own pockets. if they dont understand it, what the fuck are they so upset about anyway?


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