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Stop It Already With the Section 230 Obsession. Follow the Damn Money

For the past several years, I’ve led a graduate-level class studying the early history of Internet policy in the United States. It runs just seven weeks — the truth is, there’s not that much actual legislation to review. We spend a lot of the course focused on Internet business models, which, as I hope this post will illuminate, are not well understood even amongst…

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John Battelle

John Battelle

A Founder of The Recount, NewCo, Federated Media, sovrn Holdings, Web 2 Summit, Wired, Industry Standard; writer on Media, Technology, Culture, Business

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