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Florida Blocks Twitter, Facebook from Deplatforming, But Is It Constitutional?

Republican Governor Ron DeSantis has signed a new law this week that bans social media companies from removing "conservative ideas" from their sites. Facebook, Twitter and others accused of violating this act would face financial penalties. It's the first such bill in the U.S. to be signed into law. However, there are questions about if Florida's new law is actually enforceable as federal law, as Section 230 protects these businesses from liability.

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Florida Blocks Twitter, Facebook from Deplatforming, But Is It Constitutional?

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    Florida law seeks to rein in large social media companies

    Florida law seeks to rein in large social media companies

    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed a bill that seeks to punish social media platforms that remove “conservative ideas” from their sites, though it …

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