Oppose FL HB 1

By requiring companies to verify the identity and age of ALL users, Florida’s HB 1 would compromise online privacy, forcing people to turn over sensitive personal data to access protected speech online. The legislation would also remove a lifeline for at-risk youth who have the most to gain from social media engagement, disproportionately harming the… Continue reading Oppose FL HB 1

Democrats shouldn’t help MAGA Republicans spread harmful content online.

Dangerous disinformation, hate speech, and violent rhetoric is threatening the stability of our democracy and the safety of many communities around the country. Even in the face of that reality, some Democrats are supporting legislation that would strip online platforms of the ability to remove harmful content. The Open App Markets Act prohibits online platforms… Continue reading Democrats shouldn’t help MAGA Republicans spread harmful content online.

Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to Anti-Content Moderation Laws

Today the Supreme Court granted cert in NetChoice & CCIA v. Moody and NetChoice & CCIA v. Paxton, two cases challenging laws in Florida and Texas targeting social media platforms’ ability to moderate content. The laws prohibit social media platforms from removing, downranking, or banning certain content and users, and mandate platforms reveal content moderation… Continue reading Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to Anti-Content Moderation Laws

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