Rules for Tech Likely Won’t Close Regulatory Gap with Media

Cory Weinberg and Tom Dotan says that even if tech companies wind up being regulated by this Congress, it will be nothing compared to what media companies face:

Markham Erickson, an attorney who has represented internet and cable companies for Steptoe & Johnson LLP, said it was unlikely that policymakers would consider adopting a comprehensive regulatory structure for internet companies but rather consider regulations for specific activities—such as rules for artificial intelligence, drones and medical devices.


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