By John Eggerton, Multichannel News, 10-14-21

Reading the regulatory handwriting on the wall, and on proposed legislation to crack down on Big Tech, Twitter has offered up its “guiding principles” for preserving an open Internet, which include not targeting only the biggest players, like Twitter, and a call for algorithmic transparency, something Congress has called for in the wake of Facebook whistleblower revelations.

In a position paper tweeted out by the company in what it said was an effort to inform the current debate, Twitter painted a rather dystopian over-regulatory vision of Big Government taking over Big Tech.  » Read More