The Section 230 debate continues, and it seems like new legislation to reform the law is being introduced every week. This week, we spoke with Paul Barrett, who spent 30 years as a journalist before making the switch to policy. He now works at NYU’s Stern School of Business, where he serves as the deputy director for the Center of Business and Human Rights. He recently published a paper outlining possible reforms for Section 230. Listen in to hear Paul’s thoughts on Section 230 and his proposals for how to make it better.