Avenues exist to regulate social media without censorship

Steven Brill in Politico, April 1, 2024, writes that there are ways to clean up the social media without government censorship. The platforms already have contracts with users and lists of prohibited content, but they claim they cannot prevent the hate and false information because of the algorithms and volume of content. The FTC has the authority to protect consumers and could enforce the contracts by exacting hefty fines.

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