Good News: Americans Don't Think Social Media Platforms Should Be Regulated

A new WSJ/NBC poll found that Americans don't support greater regulation of tech.

There is some encouraging news on the tech front: fewer Americans believe government regulation of social media…

A new WSJ/NBC poll released on April 16th found that Americans overwhelmingly disapprove of the federal government placing regulations on social media giants in wake of the Cambridge-Analytica data revelations. This survey found that 37% of respondents believe Facebook and Twitter aren't sufficiently regulated, 37% of respondents polled believe they have enough regulations placed on them, and 14% of respondents polled said the two listed platforms were too over-regulated.