Skip to main content
Google: it’s not helpful when states make their own decisions that affect us.

This might be too obvious to point out, but national and international internet organizations often say they experience substantial hardship when laws are fragmented. That’s why California and the EU have been so instrumental in leading the way on internet regulation; it can be easier for platform giants to simply harmonize the rules everywhere based on the strictest regulation in one place, rather than forking their platform and policies to comply with a bunch of localities.

Google and every other big platform does not want to be subject to an even greater patchwork of laws, which could be an outcome of 230 being weakened.

Read More From: