Texas Asks Supreme Court To Keep State Social Media Censorship Law In Effect

The Supreme Court should allow a sweeping Texas law to remain in effect that restricts the ability of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to moderate their platforms, according to the state's attorney general.

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