Former president Donald Trump Class action lawsuit is expected to be announced on Wednesday Facebook, Twitter with Google From the Bedminster Golf Course in New Jersey on Wednesday.
The Associated Press first reported that Trump, the main plaintiff of the lawsuit, would claim that he was mistakenly censored by the platform.
Twitter and Facebook suspended Trump’s post in January because of concerns that his supporters rushed into the U.S. Congress when his supporters rushed into the U.S. Congress when they were worried that his supporters would meet in Congress to prove that the results of the 2020 presidential election support the current President Joe Biden. Building, this may trigger more violent incidents. The former president is still banned on Twitter and Facebook.
According to the Associated Press, in general, Article 230 of the 1996 Communications Standards Act exempts websites such as Twitter and Facebook from the responsibility of users to post content. However, the law also allows these companies to delete posts deemed obscene or violating website standards, as long as they use the rights in “good faith”.
Trump argued that Twitter, Facebook and other similar platforms abused the ability to delete content.
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