By Khorri Atkinson (June 30, 2022, 8:57 PM EDT) — The stage may be set for a landmark First Amendment ruling tailored for the digital age after the Eleventh Circuit paused its recent order partially blocking a Florida law that prohibits social media companies from blocking political candidates.
A push by conservatives to restrict social media companies’ leeway to moderate their platforms amid allegations of censorship of right-leaning political content seems ripe for a U.S. Supreme Court review after a three-judge panel last week put its initial order on hold.
The panel, in a May 23 ruling, rejected the state’s argument that social media platforms are “common carriers” for digital content, much in the…
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