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Supreme Court halts ruling that blocked White House pressure on social media companies

  • The Biden administration is asking the Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that forbade the White House and FBI from coercing social media platforms to take down content they don't like, following a case that exposed the government's efforts to control social media messaging.
  • The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the government's actions crossed the line into coercion and illegal censorship of Americans' viewpoints, finding that the efforts to control social media messaging violated the First Amendment.
  • While the administration claims it was persuading, not coercing, the Fifth Circuit's injunction prohibits the government from significantly encouraging or coercing social media companies to censor speech.
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