A Texas law that bars large social media companies from censoring users based on attitudes was reportedly upheld by a US appeals court a day earlier. It is seen as a blow to technology industry groups, who say the measure will turn the platforms into dangerous content bastions. The current Texas law was passed by the state’s Republican-led legislature and signed by its Republican governor. Some tech groups had challenged the law and found themselves on the losing end over the recent ruling.
According to a recent report by Reuters, a Texas law barred large social media companies from censoring or banning users based on attitudes. justified A day earlier by a US appeals court.
As mentioned earlier, this is seen as a blow to technology industry groups, who argue that the measure will turn the platforms into bastions of dangerous content.
The law was passed by Texas’s Republican-led legislature and signed by the state’s Republican governor.
To recall, some tech groups such as NetChoice and the Computer and Communications Industry Association, which count Facebook, Twitter and Alphabet’s YouTube as members of the meta platform, had challenged the law and the recent ruling itself eventually had lost it.
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