ArsTechnica has posted my debate with Adam Thierer, the eloquent director of the Progress and Freedom Foundation’s Center for Digital Media Freedom. I read more or less everything Adam writes and by and large agree with it all. Here, we disagree on whether it’s time to rethink the scope of Section 230 immunity in certain cases. Urs Gasser and I argue, in Born Digital, that there are cases where Section 230’s scope is too broad from the perspective of child safety in particular. I realize that I break ranks with many in the Internet policy community in making this argument. I think it’s an important debate for us to have as a society.