Court is asked to order a stop to government-directed social media censorship



The New Civil Liberties Alliance (NCLA) non-profit has lodged an appeal to the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit asking it to stop what it considers to be government-directed social media censorship.

The case in question is Changizi, et al. v. HHS, et al., which NCLA believes should be allowed to progress. Previously, a lower court dismissed the filing.

The group believes that current US administration officials have violated the First Amendment by playing an active role in directing the way major social media companies censor user content around Covid.



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