November 21, 2023
Ignoring the warnings of Senate Republicans this week, President Joe Biden’s Federal Communications Commission is pushing forward with its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) agenda to take control of the Internet under the guise of “a fringe left-wing legal theory about discrimination.”
Senate Commerce Committee Ranking Member Ted Cruz, R-Texas, denounced FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel voting to enact “Digital Discrimination,” by forcing broadband providers to expansive, indeterminate, and crippling liability under the “disparate impact” standard.
Conservative legal expert Mike Davis founded the Internet Accountability Project (IAP) to watch over Big Tech and government attempts to tip the scales against conservatives.
“These latest moves shift the balance between governmental oversight and individual freedoms heavily toward the government,” Davis said in a statement this week. “Excessive government control from the Biden administration would curtail the very essence of a free and open digital environment, compromising privacy rights and growing the alliance between Big Tech and the federal government.”
The move will “stifle innovation” and restrict freedoms under the guise of equity, just as Biden Democrats intended, according to Davis.
“President Biden’s pronounced efforts to extend government control over the expansive tech landscape point toward an unprecedented level of government intervention in Americans’ digital lives and basic freedoms,” Davis added. “Consolidation of power over the tech space within the government, working in tandem with its corporate allies in Big Tech, will stifle innovation, freedom of speech, and freedom of association.
“Diversity of ideas and technological advancements will suffer.”
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Unlike the Big Tech monopolies, the Internet Accountability Project pledges to never sell or share your personal information, which is your property.