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EFF Panel on Online Speech and The Supreme Court

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What Policymakers Need to Know About the First Amendment and Section 230

The Supreme Court recently heard two cases - Twitter v. Taamneh, and Gonzalez v. Google - that could dramatically affect users’ speech rights online, and we invite you to a panel discussing what legislators need to know about these cases, the history of Section 230, and the First Amendment’s protections for online speech.

Please join the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Reddit, and the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) for a panel discussion on these two cases before the court, along with remarks from Sen. Ron Wyden, one of the original architects of Section 230.

The panel will include:

    • Aaron Mackey, Senior Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation
    • Billy Easley, Senior Public Policy Lead, Reddit
    • Emma Llanso, Director of the Free Expression Project, Center for Democracy and Technology


We hope you will be able to attend this timely and important briefing. To RSVP, please click the button below by May 2 at 6pm. For more information, please contact India McKinney at

The panel discussion will take place on March 8, 2023 from 2:30 to 4:00PM EST (the time below is shown in PST).

March 8, 2023 from 11:30 AM to  1:00 PM
Senate Dirksen 215; Washington, D.C.
United States