“I don’t really see the gap between the partisan difference in Sec. In response to all of this, it is closing, ”Llanso said, referring to the January 6 attack and its aftermath. “There are no simple law corrections and there is no idea for members of Congress to band together,” she said.
Legislature’s early comments indicate that both sides are deeply ingrained in their respective positions, Llanso said. Democrats view social media companies as acting too late, and Republicans view Trump’s ban and Parler shutdown as an anti-conservative trend in the tech industry, she said.
At 116th Congress, Blumenthal and five other Senate Democrats backed an effort by Justice Chairman Lindsey Graham, RS.C., and ten other Republicans that social media companies would have stripped of their immunity from Section 230 if they were moderating Content not best adhered to practices established by a group of government officials.
Another bipartisan bill in the 116th of …