Summary by Ground NewsFirst Amendment protects speech from government censorship, not your right to say whatever you want on Twitter or Instagram if it violates the codes of conduct. The Supreme Court has ruled that social media platforms are not considered public forums. And companies are not responsible for protecting freedom of speech; the government is, legal experts say.
4 months ago·S F, United States
Elon Musk doesn’t understand free speech – or Twitter – at all | Technology | The Guardian
Twitter is less like a ‘town square’ and more like any Starbucks, McDonalds, or shopping center. It has other obligations and interests that are at odds with completely unfettered speech
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