Justice Thomas supports changes to section 230!

The Department of Justice (DOJ) on Tuesday sent a letter to congressional leaders advocating for changes to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, a law passed about 25 years ago that prevents tech companies from being sued for user content posted on their platforms.

As Internet companies have become larger and more powerful — and more central to American political discourse and news distribution — accusations of bias, anti-trust worries and more have led lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to reconsider the merits of protections for such companies. The DOJ, in a letter obtained by Fox News that was addressed to several congressional leaders Tuesday, said it favors changing Section 230 as it cited the controversy around the New York Post’s stories on Hunter Biden, and a recent Supreme Court opinion from Justice Clarence Thomas.

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The Wall Street Journal first reported on the letter.




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