FCC commissioner welcomes President Trump’s executive order on social media
“President Trump’s recent executive order is aimed at getting social media companies to operate without political bias. In an exclusive interview, FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr told One America’s John Hines the move could bring about change online moving forward.”
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“If Twitter wants to editorialize and ‘factcheck’ President Trump’s tweets with disclaimers, then it should be treated like any other publisher.”
“Social media companies like Twitter, Facebook, and Google have been censoring and editorializing for years under the absurd pretext that they were just enforcing their own ‘community guidelines,’ not weighing in on the merits of what their users were saying or embedding their own biases into the site’s rules.”
“Gaetz noted that social media companies such as Twitter and Facebook enjoy a special liability protection under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. This immunity shields them from lawsuits if they were to remove and host content.”
“The Communications Decency Act stipulates that a platform, such as Twitter, cannot be sued for what users post on their platform as long as they act as platforms and not publishers.”
“’We’re here today to defend free speech from one of the greatest dangers it has faced in American history, frankly, and you know what’s going on as well as anybody….This censorship and bias is a threat to freedom itself,’” Trump said.
“He said that social media companies have had ‘unchecked power to censure, restrict, edit, shape, hide, alter virtually any form of communication between private citizens or large public audiences’ and added that if he were able to shut Twitter down, he would.”