“Never before in the history of the world have so many people had access to so much information,”he said.
“No longer is our access to news about (the) world dictated by a small number of news outlets.
“Social media is not destroying democracy, as Sen. Hawley suggests,”Szabo added.
“Rather, social media connects us to our government like never before.”Szabo responded,
“Social media, like any tool, can be used for good and ill.”
“Knee-jerk reactions to perceived problems could harm small businesses and our ability to connect with friends and family,”the NetChoice executive said.