Majority Of DeSantis Social Media Law Struck Down In Federal Court

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Florida lawmakers wrote a new law to halt social media organizations from limiting people’s political comments. Governor Desantis wanted the law to keep “Big Tech…Censorship” at bay, according to Reuters. The Florida governor referred to former president Trump’s experience of being tanked by Facebook and Twitter in early 2021.

Today, Federal Appeals Court ruled that the law infringed upon a company’s “free speech rights” thus, it was primarily incapable of being enforced. This is another setback for DeSantis in his attempts at sweeping censorship against ‘woke’ America.

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