In the era of Big Tech, new oversight and accountability mechanisms are necessary to protect American consumers and our fundamental First Amendment rights. We are prepared to fight Big Tech's abuse of the Section 230 provision of the Communications Decency Act. It's time to hold technology companies accountable and ensure that all Americans have a platform for their voice and free exchange of ideas.

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October 13, 2021 In The News

Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin laid out a framework for conservatives seeking to escape alleged censorship by major tech companies on Tuesday, urging them to migrate to alternative social media platforms while recommending legal challenges to Big Tech.

January 25, 2021 Press Release
“Casting blame on a single social media company known for its conservative user base is blatantly and overtly partisan. All social media platforms should be investigated for any roles in organized violence – whether at the U.S. Capitol or over the summer in liberal cities across the country.”
January 25, 2021 In The News

EXCLUSIVE: Republicans on the House Oversight Committee said any potential FBI investigation into the "role" Parler played in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot "should include" Facebook and Twitter, calling the recent request for an FBI probe from committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney "evidence" of the "growing alliance between Big Tech and Democrats."

January 14, 2021 In The News

Rep. Greg Steube, R-Fla., discussed his effort to curb the liability protections for Big Tech giants like Facebook and Twitter Wednesday on "Fox & Friends," saying they didn't deserve them if they editorialized content.

January 13, 2021 In The News

Days after Twitter shut down President Donald Trump’s Twitter account, Rep. Greg Steube filed legislation to curb online censorship.

January 12, 2021 Press Release
“The American people should all demand equal treatment, especially in the public square. Our country’s founding and entire system of government prides itself on our ability for citizens to have different views without being suppressed or censored. Through this legislation, we can reform Section 230 and ensure that Big Tech will be held accountable for revoking accounts and selectively censoring conservative content on a partisan basis.”
November 20, 2020 Press Release
“The American people have had enough of the selective editorializing and empty promises from Big Tech companies, like Twitter. While these platforms continue to hide behind Section 230 and abuse their immunities, Parler will be a welcomed change from Silicon Valley’s partisan operatives censoring our content.”
October 30, 2020 Press Release
“Unelected Big Tech CEOs should not be able to abuse the protections granted to them by Section 230 to block speech and withhold information from the public, just because it doesn't suit their political beliefs. Their censorship has gone beyond simply acting as publishers and has reached the point of active and intentional election interference. They will be held accountable.”
October 15, 2020 Press Release
“Big Tech’s censorship efforts have nothing to do with true fact-checking or censoring private information – it has always been about targeting conservatives and censoring the truth to benefit the Democrat Party and their causes. Twitter and Big Tech will be held accountable for their blatant and un-American interference in our elections."
October 6, 2020 Press Release
“Selective editorializing from platforms like Twitter is not only a threat to our First Amendment, but it also endangers free and fair elections. The evidence against Big Tech is overwhelming and these companies need to be held accountable for their clear ideological discrimination against conservatives. If Big Tech can’t be fair and balanced, they should not receive any immunities under Section 230.”