Texas’s new social media law is a clear violation of the First Amendment
Last week, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a law banning the largest social media companies from removing users or their posts based on their political views. Also, Texans can sue social media sites with more than 50 million US users for perceived violations. The law categorizes social media platforms as public forums and “common carriers,” a term often used to describe telephone companies or utility companies that, in most cases, cannot discriminate against customers.
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