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Contrary to the Republican party's typical agenda of supporting policies that are good for business and commercial interests, a GOP-controlled House could actually lead to more federal regulation and stricter scrutiny for large technology companies.

Some of the legislative shifts might not come until after the current U.S. Supreme Court session, which will consider whether social media platforms can be held liable for a contributor's content.

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Allison Dunn

Allison Dunn is a reporter on ALM's Rapid Response desk based in Ohio, covering impactful litigation filings and rulings, emerging legal trends, controversies in the industry, and everything in between. Contact her at [email protected]. On Twitter: @AllisonDWrites.