@Gargron wait wasn't fedilab the one that went paid-only immediately after people complained that it unblocked Gab?
Publicity is the only thing that'll get Google to back down now. Time to start contacting the large tech news sites and making your case. Make sure to ask followers to read, comment on same share any articles, so news sites see interest and follow up. I'd make sure to add in the analogy between Fedilab and Chrome too, as that's an idea Google won't want spreading, thus encouraging them to take action to make this go away quickly.
@realcaseyrollins @dave @tateisu @Gargron @fedilab when senators supportive of reform are asked directly about it, they tend to reveal they lack a confident understanding of Section 230, how it applies to each of these companies, and whether or not they themselves have the authority to either request investigation or imply they could. They’re lawyers, after all, and lawyers hire others for that information, if and when it is pertinent.
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