My Take on 230

Trump wants his free speech protected and speech against him controlled, like any dangerous autocrat.

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By Ken Goldstein

A good friend on social media asked for my opinion on why Donald Trump would be so adamantly opposed to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996. For years it is precisely Section 230 that has allowed him to expand…




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