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How should conservatives address perceptions of political bias online?

  • 2226 Rayburn House Office Building (map)


  • Bartlett Cleland, General Counsel and Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer at the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC)

  • Jesse Blumenthal, Director of Technology and Innovation at the Charles Koch Institute

  • Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment

  • Seton Motley, President of Less Government

December 5th, 2018
12PM-1:30PM Eastern

Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2226
45 Independence Ave SW
Washington, DC 20515

Lunch will be provided.

Some conservatives are expressing concern that online social media platforms are using content moderation as an excuse to suppress conservative news and views.

Former Attorney General Sessions convened a meeting of state Attorneys General on September 25 to discuss what the Department of Justice could do about political bias in content moderation.

On the other hand, many conservatives believe using government to regulate online content moderation clashes with core conservative principles and with the first amendment.

Conservatives note that Administration pressure on platforms today could backfire when a future Democratic president uses those same tactics against conservative news and views.

*This event is considered a widely attended event by Congressional ethics rules*