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New Texas law allows citizens to sue social media firms for their censorship activities.
Texas Hits Back at Big Tech Allowing Citizens to Sue Social Media Giants
Texas Governor Greg Abbott recently signed House Bill 20 into law. It protects citizens of the state from censorship across social media platforms. The bill prevents social media networks with more than 50 million monthly...
WASHINGTON - APRIL 15: U.S. Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas (L) and Stephen Breyer (R) testify during a hearing before the Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee April 15, 2010. Justice Clarence recently addressed censorship issues, and the absolute authority that social media platforms have over user accounts.
Social Media Cannot Ban Protected Speech, Says Supreme Court Justice
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has suggested that social media platforms cannot censor constitutionally protected speech. He made the observation in the context of a case that involved former President Donald Trump. While in office,...
Amazon removed a documentary last month on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. The second black person to sit on the Supreme Court, Thomas was well-known for his conservative stance.
Amazon Censors Documentary on Clarence Thomas, Conservative Black Supreme Justice
Amazon removed a documentary last month on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. The second black person to sit on the Supreme Court, Thomas, was well-known for his conservative stance.  The documentary ‘Created Equal: Clarence Thomas...
Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas was joined by Justices Neil Gorsuch and Samuel Alito in dissenting the High Court's decision to not hear a legal challenge to Pennsylvania's Mail-in Ballot Deadline Extension in the 2020 Presidential Election
Supreme Court Throws Out Pennsylvania Mail-in Ballot Deadline Extension Challenge
The U.S. Supreme Court has thrown out a Republican Party appeal against a Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision that usurped the provisions of the state legislature by allowing the counting of mail-in ballots up to three...