Big tech companies like Facebook and Google will not face much of a threat from lengthy anti-trust lawsuits that will not ultimately change their practices, but Section 230 immunity action might, according to law expert Alan Dershowitz on Newsmax TV.
"Whether or not you're entitled, at the same time, to be publishers and editors and also get immunity under Section 230, I think that is where the real action is going to be," Dershowitz told "Saturday Report."
"The antitrust case will take years and years and the result will be – even if it's won – that they will have to sell off some of their acquisitions, but it won't solve the major problem of a small number of companies controlling the flow of data."
Dershowitz, who runs a podcast called the "Dersh Show," told host Carl Higbie he is actively violating Google's policy of talking about a rigged election and voter fraud to see if the show is banned, blocked or taken down by the tech company for a violation of its policies.
Dershowitz said he is deliberately doing it to set up a lawsuit to challenge their Section 230 immunity protections as a way to protest their censorship.
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