The jig is up!
Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) give some insight into the upcoming Senate Judiciary Committee meeting with CEOs Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg regarding censorship.
According to Breitbart, Blackburn stated, “I really believe that we are going to make headway on this with Section 230, as well as on privacy. And of course, Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook has fought privacy since I started trying to pass the Browser Act eight years ago. But Maria, here is where we are with these entities. They are now saying, ‘OK, regulate us’ because they want to block new entrants and big tech like big government. They like big regulation because it keeps new entrants out. So, our goal is going to be this light-touch regulation — go after some of the areas that need to be addressed. We also know DOJ has their suit against Google. You have states’ attorneys general who have lawsuits. And you have the FTC that continues to monitor some of this activity. Congress has to take an action on both privacy and Section 230.”
You can watch a clip of Blackburn’s comments here.
They aren’t letting up. …