State attorneys general want to gut some of Section 230
I will start moving some “technology law” posts, most of them made between 2007-2010, a few later, to this free-standing blog, since the ISP deleted the old WordPress blog when it moved “billboushka.com“.
In July, a number of state attorneys general floated a letter to Congress to make Section 230 of the 1996 Telecommunications Act inapplicable to state laws.
The original proposal, from NAAG (National Association of Attorneys General) is here.
The CDT wrote a letter back, text here.
The ACLU has a robust discussion here.