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A federal judge delivered a significant blow to the Biden administration, issuing a comprehensive injunction against government censorship on social media. Judge Terry Doughty of Missouri accused the administration of flagrantly disregarding the First Amendment’s right to free speech, calling it an unprecedented use of big tech to suppress the American citizenry. The ruling prevents agencies like the FBI, DOJ, and DHS from collaborating with Big Tech to impose censorship. This victory for the First Amendment highlights the importance of maintaining an open, transparent, and democratic discourse. The ruling serves as a reminder that constitutional protections will not be infringed upon without serious pushback from the judiciary branch. It also emphasizes the need to safeguard fundamental liberties while combating disinformation. The case underscores the evolving relationship between government, big tech, and free speech.
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