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Supreme Court Blocks Texas Law Restraining Social Media Companies ☞ Newsmax.com

“The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday blocked a Texas law that bars large social media companies from banning or censoring users based on ‘viewpoint,’ siding with two technology industry groups that have argued that the Republican-backed measure would turn platforms into ‘havens of the vilest expression imaginable.’ “

Nina Jankowicz

Executive Director of Biden’s Ministry of Truth Resigns ☞ Townhall

“Another interesting tidbit in the WaPo report is that the woman who was in charge of determining which speech was allowable and which wasn’t — and even said she believed elites like herself should be allowed to add context to other users’ online posts — was told to shut up by the Biden administration.”

MO and LA File Suit Against Biden Administration Over Collusion With Tech Giants to Suppress Free Speech ☞ RedState

“On Thursday, the states of Missouri and Louisiana filed suit in the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana against numerous Biden Administration officials and agencies alleging that they colluded with social media companies to suppress and censor free speech on several topics, including Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell” and the Wuhan lab leak theory surrounding the origins of COVID-19.”

Google’s Spamgate ☞ Reason Magazine

“A remarkable, and apparently damning study disclosed that during the most recent federal election campaign, Google’s Gmail sent roughly two-thirds of GOP campaign emails to users’ spam inboxes while downgrading less than ten percent of the Dems’ messages.”

Free Speech as a ‘Right Wing Value’ ☞ Based Politics

“I know everything is polarized these days, but I still have a hard time understanding how we can’t all agree that the government creating a Disinformation Governance Board led by a person famous for spreading disinformation is a batshit, awful move.— Kat Timpf (@KatTimpf)”

The New Disinformationists ☞ American Greatness

“The board’s executive director, Nina Jankowicz, at least has clear qualifications for the post. She previously had spread false rumors on social media that Donald Trump voters would show up at the polls in 2020 armed, and joined the mob’s chorus that Hunter Biden’s laptop was ‘Russian disinformation.’ “

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