The Telegraph: Big Tech Hopes to Avoid Immediate Crackdown from Biden White House

The Telegraph: Big Tech Hopes to Avoid Immediate Crackdown from Biden White House

Access Partnership’s Head of Data Policy & Trust, Michael Clauser, spoke to the Telegraph on the hopes of big tech to avoid an immediate crackdown from Biden, suggesting that the US is expected to remain more lenient on so-called “online harms” than Europe.

“This won’t be the same as France or Germany. We will see a looser definition of what is ‘harm’.”

Read the full story here.

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