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HUGE Loss for Big Tech in their War Against Conservatives

Due to a court ruling, Big Tech may soon be forced to stop censoring users' political views.

A court ruled that a Texas law that prevents social media platforms from censoring users' viewpoints is unconstitutional. According to reports, the ruling has impacted major platforms such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter.

The court ruled that the law, which was passed by the Texas legislature, was unconstitutional. It was a victory for the state's officials, such as Ken Paxton and Greg Abbott.

Despite the court's ruling, the law will not be immediately implemented. The appeals court will have to issue its own instructions to the district court.

If a user is forced to sue due to censorship, there is a narrow recourse that allows them to receive damages. They can sue for injunctive relief and declaratory relief, and they can also recover attorney's fees and costs.

The Texas law, known as HB 20, was previously blocked by a 5-4 Supreme Court ruling in May. It was brought to the attention of the court by trade groups representing major tech companies such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter. According to the groups, the law violates their First Amendment rights.

The court ruled that the First Amendment does not allow corporations to censor what people say. It also stated that two sections of the law, which are related to the case, are unconstitutional. One of these is Section 7, which provides a framework for regulating viewpoint-based censorship.

If a user is forced to sue due to censorship, there is a narrow recourse that allows them to receive damages. They can sue for injunctive relief and declaratory relief, and they can also recover attorney's fees and costs.

Written by Staff Reports

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