Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee unveiled this week a plan to regulate Big Tech monopolies, in part by allowing users who have been censored to sue the platforms.
The plan, which is intended to serve as a framework for future legislation, could have serious impacts on massive technology platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google if implemented.
It comes only weeks after the committee as a whole voted to advance six bipartisan antitrust bills aimed at curbing Big Tech’s power. But Republicans, led by ranking member Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), are stressing that those measures failed to address the censorship […]
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