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Clinton Judge Stops Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ Big Tech Law from Taking Effect

Justin Malonson

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A federal judge appointed by Bill Clinton has prevented Florida’s Big Tech law from taking effect saying Big Tech is being censored.

Ron DeSantis signed a law protecting Americans from Big Tech censorship and a federal judge has decided to protect poor little Big Tech.

According to FOX News:

A federal judge has temporarily prevented Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis from implementing legislation allowing state residents to sue the country’s largest technology companies over their content moderation policies.

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The law was scheduled to go into effect on Thursday.

In a preliminary injunction issued on Wednesday, the judge sided with two trade associations that argued parts of the law may violate the First Amendment by requiring social media sites to host speech they otherwise would not and by interfering with their editorial judgment.

The plaintiffs also took issue with the fact that legislation targets large technology companies and not smaller companies that operate in similar – if not identical – ways.

The judge noted that the legislation was an effort to rein in providers that were deemed “too large and too liberal.”

“Balancing the exchange of ideas among private speakers is not a legitimate governmental interest,” U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle wrote.

Judge Hinkle is a far-left liberal Clinton appointed judge – of course, another liberal judge standing against justice.

Desantis was on with Maria Bartiromo and discussed Big Tech’s censorship:

Another day, another liberal far-left judge preventing justice in the USA.

Justin Malonson is a successful author, investigative reporter and the host of the Freedom Not Control Radio Show. As a serial entrepreneur with a strong background in software development Justin is one of the most highly sought-after tech entrepreneurs today.

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