From Techdirt :
As Americans, we face a quandary. How do we recognize the value to democracy and support our top social media companies which now dominate the world? For one, we should agree that democracy is a foundational principle and fraudulent accounts should be rooted out. More, we need transparency by social media companies in what they expect and allow – along with what they won’t tolerate. This does not necessarily require government action. Eli Lehrer, president of the R Street Institute – a nonprofit, nonpartisan, public policy research organization – suggests  big tech companies follow the comic book industry of the 1950s and develop a voluntary code. Another idea is for a multilateral, democracy-loving advisory board where each country gets input – but not control.
- “Techdirt”: https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20201006/12554445450/facebook-internal-memo-reveals-challenges-social-media-companies-face-protecting-democracy.shtml
- “suggests”: https://www.the-american-interest.com/2020/08/18/what-big-tech-can-learn-from-the-comic-book-industry/