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Florida’s new social media censorship bill blocked

The judge said all of the requirements under the law likely violated social media companies’ First Amendment right to engage with their platforms.

“This ruling was great, not only for social media platforms, but for Florida citizens who don’t have to be subjected to a host of lawful, but awful content,” said Carl Szabo, vice president of NetChoice, the group that sued the state on behalf of tech companies.