The Internet Accountability Project (IAP), a conservative group fighting against Big Tech’s abuses, strongly supports the American Choice and Innovation Online Act recently introduced by Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and its companion bill sponsored in the House of Representatives by Reps. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) and Ken Buck (R-Colo.). The bill does what it says on the label: it fosters innovation and choice online by freeing up competition from small businesses against behemoth platforms including Amazon and Google. Specifically, the bill places guardrails around the platforms’ ability to self-deal by unfairly prioritizing their own products and services over those of competitors. This is a significant and positive advance from the antitrust status quo, which currently affords platforms like Amazon and Google an antitrust amnesty.
So pleased to have found this site. I now have hope this is a "tackleable" issue. Thank you for having the courage to take the lead and move this forward. Clearly Congress will delay any efforts on our behalf. I will be following your progress as I work for a small Christian foundation that sells our own published and copyrighted materials...caught in the stream of Amazon...fighting desperately to hold our ground. Knowing we're in quicksand, but unable to refuse the quicksand. Terrible trap. Thank you! May God bless your endeavors on behalf of the American people!
When I heard Mike on War Room, talking about FDR's threatening
to pack the Supreme Court ,which caused them to change their ruling. I thought This ruling needs to be undone and Congress needs to pass a law stating where no Supreme Judges can be added or taken away. Maybe an amendment to the constitution.