EARN IT Act Reworked, But It's Not Any Better

So, I heard that the EARN IT Act has been rebuilt from the ground-up, and it’s not looking any better than the previous version. Instead of the whole “best practices” thing, the bill essentially does what FOSTA/SESTA did but with CSAM this time. It creates a CDA 230 carve-out for that material. However, there’s one part that’s worrisome. Unlike FOSTA, this bill is going to make websites comply with STATE LAWS, and that is going to be messy and likely detrimental, since it will definitely be a race to the bottom. In essence, I’m worried that this reworked bill is going to impact lawful adult content… Plus, the threat of encryption bans still remain, even if it’s not as direct as it was in the original bill. Anyway, if you want more info, look here:


Does anybody have any predictions on what’s going to happen if/when this is passed, since I fear that this is an inevitability, as it passed its committee unanimously?