SCOTUS Remands Social Media Content Moderation Cases and Signals Content Moderation as a First Amendment-Protected Activity

The First Amendment still imposes some limits on the government’s ability to control what content appears online. On July 1, the United States Supreme Court issued its opinion in Moody v. NetChoice and NetChoice v. Paxton, two critical cases addressing the future of speech on the internet. These cases focused on Florida’s and Texas’ (respectively) laws seeking to regulate large social media platforms with respect to content moderation. NetChoice challenged both laws arguing that they violated…
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