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12/02/2021

Federal Court Declares Texas Social Media Law Designed To Curb Censorship Unconstitutional

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The ruling comes in response to a lawsuit filed by tech industry groups NetChoice and the Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA), who represent some of the largest tech companies, including Google, Meta and Amazon.

“America’s judicial system protected our constitutional right to free speech today by ensuring the politically motivated Texas law does not see the light of day and force Americans everywhere to endure racial epithets, aggressive homophobia, pornographic material, beheadings, or other gruesome content just to scroll online,” Steve DelBianco, president and chief executive of NetChoice, said in a statement in response to the ruling.

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