High Court Likely To Review Social Media Speech Censorship

By Joel Kurtzberg, John MacGregor and Jason Rozbruch (September 29, 2022, 11:07 AM EDT) -- The constitutionality of two state laws intended to prohibit social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook from censoring speech based on its viewpoint is likely headed for U.S. Supreme Court review. The laws at issue are Florida S.B. 7072 and Texas H.B. 20....

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