Court Rules Biden’s Social Media Pressure Might Breach First Amendment Rights

The Fifth Circuit Court has ruled against the Biden administration's efforts to pressure social media platforms over COVID-19 content, sparking debates about online speech regulation and potential First Amendment violations.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled that the Biden administration might have violated the First Amendment by pressuring social media platforms to remove contentious COVID-19 content.

This decision has ignited discussions about the government’s role in online speech regulation.

The panel of GOP-nominated judges stated that the efforts could be seen as coercion, infringing on free speech rights.

The ruling gives the administration ten days to seek a Supreme Court review.

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