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Trump takes Facebook, Twitter and Google to court

Former US President Donald Trumpannounced that it is preparing to sue social media giants.

Making statements about the lawsuit at the golf club in New Jersey, Trump stated that he will be the sole plaintiff in the lawsuit and three companies will be collectively defendant.

“I’m here this morning to announce a momentous development for our freedom and freedom of speech. With the Policy Institute of America,” Trump said. Facebook, Google and Twitter “I am filing a major class action lawsuit as a plaintiff against major tech giants such as CEOs, as well as their CEOs,” he said.


Stating that the lawsuit will be filed in the Southern District of Florida and that he will demand “stop the shameful censorship of the American people,” Trump said, “Even though social media companies are officially private entities, it is in accordance with Article 230 of the Communications Ethics Act, which they have used a lot in recent years, and that they have been released from responsibility in recent years. With the enactment of the third supplementary article, they ceased to be private.”

Describing the social media companies in question as the “de facto censorship arm of the US administration”, Trump said, “This was especially clear during the epidemic”, referring to the censorship of these companies claiming that the new type of corona virus (Covid-19) originated from China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology. used.

Owned by Twitter, Facebook and Google YouTube, It had censored Trump’s contributions to Congressional events on January 6 and allegations of irregularities in the 2020 presidential election.

The companies later permanently suspended Trump’s accounts on these platforms.

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