Post-SCOTUS Hearing: Civil Rights, Tech Groups Share Analysis

Experts from ACLU, EFF, Woodhull Freedom Foundation, and Chamber of Progress to speak at press conference

Feb 21, 2024

After the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in NetChoice v. Paxton and Moody v. NetChoice, join a briefing with experts in internet law from Chamber of Progress, the ACLU, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), and the Woodhull Freedom Foundation. The press conference, scheduled for 1:30PM ET on Monday, February 26, will provide early analysis of the court hearing, a breakdown of arguments presented to the court, and an examination of lines of questioning from the justices.

Press Conference: NetChoice v. Paxton and Moody v. NetChoice
Monday, February 26
1:30PM ET
Zoom Registration Link

Speakers joining for the press conference include:

  • Jess Miers, Senior Counsel, Chamber of Progress
  • Vera Eidelman, Staff Attorney, ACLU Speech, Privacy and Technology Project
  • David Greene, Senior Staff Attorney and Civil Liberties Director, EFF
  • Lawrence G. Walters, General Counsel, Woodhull Freedom Foundation

In December, Chamber of Progress submitted a joint amicus brief to the Supreme Court in NetChoice & CCIA v. Moody / Paxton, urging the Court to overturn Texas’ and Florida’s anti-content moderation laws. Signed by a dozen tech and civil society groups, the brief argued that the Court should affirm platforms’ First Amendment right to curate content and highlights the negative impact of anti-content moderation laws on marginalized groups.


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