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Lindke v. Freed

In Lindke v. Freed and O’Connor-Ratcliff v. Garnier, the Supreme Court determined that public officials who prevent someone from commenting on the official’s social-media page engages in state action only if the official both (1) possessed actual authority to speak on the state’s behalf on that matter, and (2) was exercising that authority when speaking in the posts. Learn the facts of the case and the arguments here.

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Moody v. NetChoice, LLC and NetChoice, LLC v. Paxton

In 2021, Florida and Texas both enacted laws that restricted how social-media platforms could moderate content provided by users of the platforms. Moreover, both states’ laws required platforms to notify a user when they modified that user’s content and explain why they modified the content.

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