A Senate Judiciary Committee Meeting oversight panel grilled Attorney General Merrick Garland on a range of hot-button issues Wednesday, but there was also discourse about possible future legislation on internet content and antitrust, among other matters. 

“Section 230 has become a suicide pact. We’ve basically said [to tech companies] you’re absolved from liability, make money. And they’re at it overtime,” said Judiciary Committee Chair Dick Durbin, D-Illinois, following on an earlier hearing which linked drug dealers’ use of social media to the fentanyl epidemic.