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NetChoice Thanks 127 Groups & Individuals for Filing Supportive Briefs to the Supreme Court in Our Landmark Online Speech Cases

WASHINGTON—Yesterday was the deadline for interested parties to submit amicus curiae briefs in support of our landmark Supreme Court cases against the states of Florida and Texas, Moody v. NetChoice & CCIA and NetChoice & CCIA v. Paxton.

NetChoice would like to thank each of the 127 signatories that filed 44 supportive briefs to the Supreme Court for consideration in our cases. 

“NetChoice is incredibly grateful for the diverse range of interested groups, individuals and businesses that have weighed in on our landmark Supreme Court cases to defend the First Amendment online,” said Chris Marchese, NetChoice Litigation Center Director. “The internet is a critical tool for free expression and free enterprise, and it should remain free from government censorship. With these crucial analyses, in addition to our oral arguments, we are confident the High Court will agree.

Find the 44 briefs in support of our cases here:

  1. American Jewish Committee 
  2. Americans for Prosperity Foundation
  3. Article 19: Global Campaign for Free Expression, International Justice Clinic at University of California-Irvine School Of Law, and Open Net Association, Inc.
  4. Bluesky, a Public Benefit Corporation, M. Chris Riley, an individual, and Floor64, Inc. d/b/a the Copia Institute
  5. Cato Institute
  6. Center for Democracy & Technology 
  7. The Center for Growth and Opportunity at Utah State University, Freedom Foundation of Minnesota, Illinois Policy Institute, Independent Institute, The James Madison Institute, The John Locke Foundation, Libertas Institute, Mountain States Policy Center, Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, Pelican Institute, R Street Institute, and Rio Grande Foundation
  8. The Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America
  9. Chamber of Progress; Access Now; Consumer Technology Association; HONR Network; Information Technology & Innovation Foundation; Information Technology Industry Council; Interactive Advertising Bureau; IP Justice; LGBT Tech; Stop Child Predators; TechNet; and WashingTech
  10. Developers Alliance and Software & Information Industry Association
  11. Discord, Inc.
  12. Electronic Frontier Foundation, National Coalition Against Censorship, Woodhull Freedom Foundation, Authors Alliance, Fight for the Future, and First Amendment Coalition
  13. Engine Advocacy
  14. Former Representative Chris Cox and Senator Ron Wyden
  15. First Amendment and Internet Law Scholars
  16. Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression
  17. Francis Fukuyama
  18. Professor Eric Goldman
  19. Goldwater Institute
  20. Professors Richard L. Hasen, Brendan Nyhan, and Amy Wilentz
  21. International Center for Law & Economics
  22. Internet Society
  23. Internet Works, Glassdoor, LLC, Indeed, Inc., Nextdoor, Inc., Mozilla Corporation, Pinterest, Inc., Tripadvisor, LLC, Tumblr, Inc., Vimeo, Inc.
  24. Liberty Justice Center
  25. U.S. Senator Ben Ray Luján
  26. Marketplace Industry Association; Etsy, Inc.; OfferUp, Inc.; and eBay, Inc.
  27. Media Law Resource Center, Inc.
  28. Moderators of R/Law and R/Scotus
  29. National Taxpayers Union Foundation
  30. PEN American Center and Library Futures
  31. Phoenix Center for Advanced Legal & Economic Public Policy Studies
  32. Professors of History
  33. Protect the First Foundation
  34. Public Knowledge
  35. Reason Foundation, Committee for Justice, Competitive Enterprise Institute, and Taxpayers Protection Alliance
  36. Reddit, Inc. 
  37. Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and the American Civil Liberties Union
  38. Solicitor General of the United States of America
  39. TechFreedom
  40. The Trust & Safety Foundation
  41. Washington Legal Foundation 
  42. Wikimedia Foundation
  43. Yelp, Inc. 
  44. Professor Christopher S. Yoo

You can find our resources on Moody v. NetChoice & CCIA here and NetChoice & CCIA v. Paxton here.

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