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I disagree, this isn't the way to handle things. This basically says "if you see success, you will be punished". This is basically how China handles social media websites. There's 4chan type sites in the darks of Chinanet with barely an audience, CPC doesn't give a fuck because they are tiny and fringe. CPC regulates weibo because they are massive and over-reaching. This isn't a policy I can get behind even if it means "my side" will be temporarily better off.Again I do think parts of 230 need to change but a full on repeal is not the way to do it.
If I was in charge of drafting a 230 reform bill
First I would set a cap on either generated revenue or web traffic
Any website below this cap (like this site) would be exempt and it would be businesses as usual.
The ones that meet this criteria mainly big tech platforms would be forced to uphold political neutrality. If a website is found to be suspending/terminating accounts for political reasons then they are temporarily stripped of platform status until they can prove that they are operating the platform in an unbiased way
We want a freer social media market so FB/Twitter/Google can be challenged, not more silly ways to restrict it. What if something goes viral? So they suddenly have to implement all the overhead and potentially a team of lawyers to deal with a slew of lolsuits coming from left right and centre? Remember, both sides are fucking faggots and jump to "political persecution" when their dumbfuck worldviews are yeeted. I can't support a law which allow kikes like Soros to sue media companies for removing violent revolutionary queers yelling "kill all white cis men". Same applies to dimwitted neoreactionary faggots wanting to own some niggers to pick cotton.
Twitter is left wing, but they do remove stuff from both sides, it's fairly neutral in that regard. Try tweeting "I support the cultural replacement of whites and white genocide", report it with a sock and that tweet will be ovened.