Americans Want Transparency In Content Moderation Decisions On Social Media

"“Every platform can have a right to its own editorial policy up until the point where they're the only platform, or close enough to being the only platform, and then the rules should be different,” said Keller in a phone interview. “We do have a history of saying that if you’re the private owner of the speech infrastructure that everybody depends on, and you're a monopoly or close to one, then the government can regulate you in these special ways. But getting to a point of doing that for today’s platforms would be a First Amendment fight of a generation, and I'm not sure that today's Supreme Court would agree that it’s ok to do that.”"