WASHINGTON—Today, NetChoice and the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) filed new briefs at the Supreme Court in our landmark cases, Moody v. NetChoice & CCIA and NetChoice & CCIA v. Paxton.
These briefs explain why NetChoice and CCIA should win on the legal merits.
“America’s vigorous First Amendment protects individuals and businesses online and offline. We urge the Court to safeguard the internet from government censorship by striking down these unconstitutional laws,” said Chris Marchese, Director of the NetChoice Litigation Center. “The NetChoice & CCIA cases are essential to protecting free speech on the internet and prohibiting the government from interfering with the marketplace of ideas.”
If allowed to go into effect, these laws would force online services to be less user friendly. Businesses would be required by law to ignore their users’ preferences and keep up spam, foreign propaganda and more.
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NetChoice is a trade association fighting to protect free enterprise and free expression online.