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NEW CONSERVATIVE ORGANIZATION AIMED AT REINING IN BIG TECH

Lord, we pray that the eyes of our hearts will be enlightened in order that we may know the hope to which You have called us, the riches of Your glorious inheritance in Your holy people. (Ephesians 1:18)

Rachel Bovard, a top conservative leader, told Breitbart News on Sunday her new organization, the Internet Accountability Project (IAP), will be dedicated to reining in big tech.

Mike Davis, a former top Senate Judiciary Committee counsel, and Rachel Bovard , a conservative policy leader, announced this week they have formed the IAP to help rein in big tech.

IAP is a 501(c)(4) advocacy group that will focus on activism, lobbying, and education on issues relating to sex trafficking on social media platforms, bias and political censorship, and antitrust issues related to big tech’s dominance on the Internet.

“Enough is enough. It’s time to re-boot Big Tech, upgrade and reformat the sweetheart laws that protect them, and enforce the antitrust, consumer- and employee-protection, and similar laws already on the books,” Davis confirmed in a statement released this week.

The conservative policy leader also explained she hopes IAP will help “rebalance” the conversation on big tech away from groups that have taken money from big tech and have become beholden on issues relating to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, political censorship on the Internet, and antitrust.

“We really want to pull back the curtain on a lot of those things, but I think in the short term we want to rebalance the conversation the Right to some extent because a lot of it now is dominated by groups that are taking money from big tech. So we want to be a group that does not want to take money from big tech and therefore not beholden to or shill for them,” she added.

“Google and Facebook have purchased enormous influence, their own sycophants; they purchased economists; they have funded think tanks. It’s unbelievable. I give them credit, they know how to play the swamp game. They have an army of swamp creatures who are out there singing the party line — the big tech line,” Hawley said.

Bovard continued, suggesting that big tech’s influence serves as as an existential threat to Americans’ liberty.

She explained,”When you start to recognize that massive, unaccountable corporations awash in billions of dollars, owning the data of hundreds of millions of Americans, and controlling our cultural and political conversations in unprecedented ways, it gives you pause and there are those on the Right that are asking the question now: have we now empowered these private corporations so much that they are a threat to our liberty.”

Bovard said, “That’s the real basis for what we are trying to do. I think there is a sort of reflexiveness that, ‘private companies are private companies, you can’t do any of this,’” referring to using regulation and antitrust against big tech.

She concluded, saying that big tech has “more power than the government does to some extent, and I think it’s totally appropriate for policymakers” have a conversation about how to rein in big tech.

(Excerpt from Breitbart. Article by Sean Moran.)

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5 Replies to “NEW CONSERVATIVE ORGANIZATION AIMED AT REINING IN BIG TECH”

    1. I, also, AGREE!
      🙏 Heavenly Father, I beseech thee. So many are not, yet, saved. Please tarry so many many more (especially my daughter’s, Emily & Jillian), will repent of their sins, believe, & follow You, thereby, receiving Your promise of Salvation. In
      Jesus strong Name, Amen🙏
      ✝️They will be done ✝️ 🇺🇸

  1. Lord, we know that the enemy seeks to destroy liberty. Big Tech is clearly under the influence of the prince of this world. But you are greater. We know the Lord works righteousness and justice for all the oppressed. May you work on behalf of truth and righteousness. We pray that you will use this new organization to speak truth. May you go before them to tear down these strongholds. In Jesus’ name, amen.

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