Fixing Section 230 Without Breaking the Internet

The Verge

Monday, March 1, 2021 - 2:00pm
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Virtual Event

Twenty-five years after it was signed into law, Section 230 is more endangered than ever. Republicans blame it for censorship, Democrats blame it for misinformation, and nearly everyone thinks it needs reform. But if policymakers aren’t smart about structuring reform, there could be broad, unanticipated consequences for free expression and commerce.

Keynote from Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) that broadly addresses her vision for reining in big tech, antitrust enforcement, and her new bill which touches on 230 reform, the SAFE TECH Act. 

Then Verge senior reporter Adi Robertson will moderate a panel that dives deep into the on the real-world implications of 230 reform: what’s being considered, the universe of potential outcomes, and the ramifications for individuals and businesses.