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Texans Can Now Sue Social Media.

 
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Texans Can Now Sue Social Media.
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"Texas residents can now sue Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for allegedly censoring their content after a federal appeals court sided Wednesday with the state's law restricting how social media sites can moderate their platforms."
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cheers
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This is not a bad thing
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Texas is a good place to be these days if you are not a liberal wanker.
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"Texas residents can now sue Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for allegedly censoring their content after a federal appeals court sided Wednesday with the state's law restricting how social media sites can moderate their platforms."
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil


God Bless Texas!
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wtf has taken so long?!
It is about time. Why didn't a state do this years ago?
Because we are in a movie.
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05/14/2022 06:56 AM
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Those cases will get dropped. Any user on any platform agrees to terms of service. This is contract law 101 and any legislator is wasting your tax money arguing against it
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Those cases will get dropped. Any user on any platform agrees to terms of service. This is contract law 101 and any legislator is wasting your tax money arguing against it
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The joy of a tard is priceless. How dare you take it away?

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Texas is a good place to be these days if you are not a liberal wanker.
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heh heh....they/them/she/he/it/other said wanker
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Those cases will get dropped. Any user on any platform agrees to terms of service. This is contract law 101 and any legislator is wasting your tax money arguing against it
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Not if the TOS violates state law.
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Those cases will get dropped. Any user on any platform agrees to terms of service. This is contract law 101 and any legislator is wasting your tax money arguing against it
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Not if the TOS violates state law.
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That's not how it works.
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THIS WEBSITE CENSORS CONTENT!!!
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This is not a bad thing
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No.. it is a bad thing. That means some sue happy Texan could sue a site like GLP if they get banned.
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Those cases will get dropped. Any user on any platform agrees to terms of service. This is contract law 101 and any legislator is wasting your tax money arguing against it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72542678


Not if the TOS violates state law.
 Quoting: Inquire Within


That's not how it works.
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No, Fed law > State law > private contracts.
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Those cases will get dropped. Any user on any platform agrees to terms of service. This is contract law 101 and any legislator is wasting your tax money arguing against it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72542678


Not if the TOS violates state law.
 Quoting: Inquire Within


That's not how it works.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76452191


No, Fed law > State law > private contracts.
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Excellent.

I just counter trolled and ripped their "fact checkers" the other day.
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Wow. A CNN link that brings this awesome news? I'd strongly urge ALL Texans to take advantage of this. Fuck social media gatekeeper bullshit...
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How about suing GLP?

Ole lady Jane loves censorship.
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Does AJ know about this?
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SURE THEY CAN
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Excellent.

I just counter trolled and ripped their "fact checkers" the other day.
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Sorry you are lonely, deleting will not change the fact.

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How about suing GLP?

Ole lady Jane loves censorship.
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ohyeah

hesright
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How about suing GLP?

Ole lady Jane loves censorship.
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THIS.
Can we Texas residents sue this hairbrained clown show?
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Those cases will get dropped. Any user on any platform agrees to terms of service. This is contract law 101 and any legislator is wasting your tax money arguing against it
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Not if the TOS violates state law.
 Quoting: Inquire Within


FTW-GLP11
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"I am Lady Jane Smith and I will censor anything I disagree with, this is a Private Club"

lolatu
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Excellent.

I just counter trolled and ripped their "fact checkers" the other day.
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clappa
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This is not a bad thing
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Not until the government owns and runs everything.

They'll then be the grand arbiters of all speech.
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Those cases will get dropped. Any user on any platform agrees to terms of service. This is contract law 101 and any legislator is wasting your tax money arguing against it
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 72542678


You have no legal idea what a contract is, obviously.
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A contract requires
-consideration aka money
-capacity (over 18, no disability)
-consensus
-legality - not for illegal use
-intent to enter into a contract





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