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Trump Big Tech censorship lawsuit amended to include 65,000 censorship stories from American citizens


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Bolstering the case.

Didi Rankovic

Aug. 4 2021

On July 7, former US President Donald Trump announced a class action lawsuit against Big Tech companies whose social media platforms banned his accounts in January.

Now that legal action – which he said was about protecting free speech under the First Amendment – has seen some changes to the filing, to add more participants and more testimonies – 65,000 new ones in total – from Americans who experienced censorship on Google, Facebook, and Twitter.

The news came from America First Policy Institute (AFPI), who gave the opportunity to “ordinary” users of major social sites to participate in the lawsuit with their stories of censorship via AFPI’s Constitutional Litigation Partnership, through the TakeOnBigTech.com website.


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