On this episode of the Source Code podcast: Ben Brody joins the show to discuss the state of the Section 230 debate, and why Justice Clarence Thomas wants it to come up in the Supreme Court so badly. Then, Lizzy Lawrence explains why so many startups are eager to disrupt PowerPoint, and why the future of meetings might be more like a late-night show. Finally, Kate Kaye discusses how enterprise companies are working with the military, and why those relationships seem to be worth the downsides.
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- Lizzy Lawrence on Twitter
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- Ben Brody on Twitter
- Clarence Thomas really wants the Supreme Court to take up Section 230 now
- From 2020: Clarence Thomas thinks it's time to rein in Section 230
- Republican tech skeptics are flirting with progressives' choice for antitrust chief
- Kate Kaye on Twitter
- Working with the military is lucrative. For enterprise AI companies, it’s also a minefield.