Supreme Transparency
  • Term
  • 2023-2024

Moody v. NetChoice, LLC

Here, the Supreme Court is considering whether to affirm a Florida law that prevents social media companies from engaging in certain types of political and disinformation content moderation (considered alongside a similar Texas law in NetChoice, LLC v. Paxton). According to Vox’s Ian Millhiser, a ruling affirming the Texas and Florida laws “would give Republican policymakers sweeping and unprecedented ability to control what many American voters read about our elections and political debates,” while other experts like Robert Reich warn that siding with NetChoice’s argument “would be granting constitutional protection to nearly anything Giant Tech does — putting these huge platforms beyond the reach of lawmakers and jeopardizing the ability of Americans to control Giant Tech at all.”

Powerbroker-Affiliated Organizations

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Americans for ProsperityRead the amicus brief

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Cato InstituteRead the amicus brief

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Competitive Enterprise InstituteRead the amicus brief

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Claremont Institute and Center for Constitutional JurisprudenceRead the amicus brief

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U.S. Chamber of CommerceRead the amicus brief

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National Taxpayers UnionRead the amicus brief

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Goldwater InstituteRead the amicus brief

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Liberty Justice CenterRead the amicus brief

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BecketRead the amicus brief

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Center for Growth and OpportunityRead the amicus brief