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In May, President Trump issued an Executive Order that directed the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) to file a petition for rulemaking with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposing regulations to clarify the scope of Section 230. The FCC is currently soliciting public comment on the NTIA petition, which was filed on July 27.
During this teleforum, panelists will discuss the background of Section 230. They will reflect on whether Section 230 continues to encourage innovation and free speech online, or whether changes are needed. What should the FCC do to address the pending NTIA petition? And, in light of the upcoming elections, what are the political dynamics at play—at the FCC, in Congress, and in the White House?
— Hon. Adam Candeub, Acting Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information
— Prof. Eric Goldman, Professor of Law and Co-Director, High Tech Law Institute, Santa Clara University School of Law
— Ashkhen Kazaryan, Director of Civil Liberties, TechFreedom
— Jon Adame, General Counsel, Office of Sen. Marsha Blackburn
— Moderator: Jamie Susskind, Vice President of Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Consumer Technology Association
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