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Florida faces off against big tech social media censorship in federal court

But on the other hand, social media giants argue the new law violates their first amendment rights by limiting their ability to police content on their platforms.

“This is not a case of first impressions. I mean we have a whole litany of cases that make crystal clear governments cannot force private businesses to say things they don’t want to say,” said Carl Szabo, Vice President of NetChoice.