Congress should examine whether it’s possible to amend Section 230 without doing more harm than good. But in the process, we must be careful what we wish for.
Traditionally, the holiday season is when movie theaters open Hollywood’s biggest films. Alas, not this year. But in light of recent events, we’re reminded of a blockbuster that opened nationally on Christmas Day, 2013: The Wolf of Wall Street.
You may recall that Leonardo DiCaprio starred as the real-life Jordan Belfort, whose New York stock brokerage, Stratton Oakmont, was eventually exposed as a massive fraud. When the firm was shut down by authorities, he went to prison.
Read the full article by Chris Cox and Sen. Wyden in USA Today here.