MRC VP Dan Schneider on NetChoice SCOTUS Cases: Do Big Tech Companies Have a Right to Censor?

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On Monday, MRC Free Speech America Vice President Dan Schneider and Counsel for Investigations at MRC Tim Kilcullen published an exclusive op-ed with FoxNews.com on today’s crucial free speech cases being argued before the U.S. Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in the most significant free speech case since the 1960s on Monday, Feb. 26. The dispute comes down to one question: Do Big Tech companies have a constitutional right to censor other people? 

The court will hear two connected free speech cases. The broader of the two, NetChoice v Paxton, stems from a challenge of the Texas law which protects its residents from Big Tech censorship. The other important case, Moody v NetChoice, was also brought by Big Tech to challenge a Florida law which prohibits Big Tech censorship of political figures.

The Media Research Center has now documented more than 6,400 cases of censorship by firms such as Amazon, Google/YouTube, and Meta — including the egregious suppression of the New York Post Biden laptop story ahead of the 2020 election. …

Click here to read the rest of MRC Free Speech America Vice President Dan Schneider and Counsel for Investigations at MRC Tim Kilcullen’s opinion piece on FoxNews.com.

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