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Congress Has a Duty to Protect Bias, 'Harmful Content,' and Dissident Speech Online

Last week, President Trump signed an Executive Order intended to pave the way for regulation of speech on social media and reinterpreting a provision of law that protects websites from liability for third-party speech. The new executive order is the culmination of efforts by politicians and activists on both the right and the left to “rein in” powerful social media companies by regulating their content.

Repeal for Resilience: Online Event

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online
n/a, DC n/a
United States
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The regulations being scrapped to fight COVID-19 were #NeverNeeded in the first place. Join CEI for an online discussion about how deregulation is a swift, effective response to both the current crisis and long-term economic recovery.

The regulations being scrapped to fight COVID-19 were #NeverNeeded in the first place. Join CEI for an online discussion about how deregulation is a swift, effective response to both the current crisis and long-term economic recovery.

CEI experts Iain Murray and Ryan young will discuss which policy responses to the pandemic have been most effective and share how lawmakers and regulators can identify additional relief opportunities as outlined in “How to spot a #NeverNeeded regulation.”

They will address how the continued repeal of #NeverNeeded regulations can bolster our response to the current situation and prepare us for post-COVID recovery as well as future crises.


When:
Tuesday, April 21, 2020, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm EDT

Who:
Kent Lassman, President
Iain Murray, Vice President
Ryan Young, Senior Fellow

Register:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wXDGlZqKSpmMuTGqw0xEzQ

 

Questions? Email events@cei.org

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