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 October 21, 2023

Supreme Court accepts Big Tech free speech case

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a Big Tech free speech case that could change the future of online censorship.

The case, Missouri v. Biden, addresses how the government can interact with technology companies regarding content moderation.

The background

"The case stems from a lawsuit that was filed by Republican attorneys general in Missouri and Louisiana in 2022 along with four individual plaintiffs. They alleged that their social media posts about the COVID-19 lab leak theory and vaccine side effects were unlawfully removed or suppressed at the request of federal agencies," the Washington Examiner reported.

"The case will be considered in the next term, which is scheduled to end next June. In the meantime, the restrictions on administration communications with tech platforms will be lifted," it added.

The conservative response

"Sen. Eric Schmitt (R-MO) and Louisiana Attorney General and Governor-elect Jeff Landry (R-LA) filed the lawsuit," according to Politics Brief.

“The United States Supreme Court has granted cert in Missouri v. Biden –  the nation’s highest court will hear the most important free speech case in American history,” Schmitt posted to X, according to the outlet.

Written By:
Dillon Burroughs

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