Content Moderation


Florida’s Social Media Bill Is Unconstitutional

Chris Marchese
Chris Marchese Counsel

NetChoice, a trade association of online businesses, brought a First Amendment suit in federal court against Florida, arguing that the law infringes on private platforms’ right to exercise editorial discretion over the content they host. The district court ruled in favor of NetChoice and preliminarily enjoined the law. Florida appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, and Cato has now filed an amicus brief supporting NetChoice.

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