IBM, Marriott and Mickey Mouse Take On Tech’s Favorite Law

"“People are either mad at tech companies and, legitimately in some cases, want to constrain their power for a lot of reasons,” said Daphne Keller, a professor at Stanford Law School who used to be a lawyer for Google. “Or companies are competing with tech companies and want to constrain their power for competitive reasons.

“And a lot of those reasons are really complicated, but the easiest lever to hurt tech companies that a lot of people see is 230.”"