Reason Foundation’s amicus brief in Gonzalez v. Google answers many of the questions raised by Supreme Court justices 

In Politics by Michael Rae

On Feb. 21, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Gonzales v Google. (You can listen to the arguments here via C-Span.) Reason Foundation submitted an amicus brief on the case in January, and I found it interesting to see how some of the justices dug in on the issues raised in our brief.  

This is a matter for Congress. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh asked, “Isn’t it better for–to keep it the way it is, for us, and Congress–to put the burden on Congress to change that, and they can consider the implications and make these predictive judgments?”