Looking for your chance to vent your rage at Big Tech? The government is literally requesting the public to air their grievances in order to steer policy decisions.
“The Federal Communications Commission will take public comment for 45 days on a petition filed by the Trump administration seeking new transparency rules in how social media companies moderate content, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said on Monday,” Reuters reported.
Chairman Pai announced from his personal Twitter page that “the @FCC's Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau will invite public input on the petition for rulemaking recently filed by @CommerceGov regarding #Section230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996.” Pai’s attached statement, also hosted on the FCC’s official website made note that despite some critiques, getting feedback from the American public is essential:
“I strongly disagree with those who demand that we ignore the law and deny the public and all stakeholders the opportunity to weigh …