"A Social Media Platform May Not Intentionally Fact Check" a User's "Religious or Political Speech"

Posted on AllSides March 28th, 2022
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That's what Alaska bill SB 214, sponsored by state senators Lora Reinbold and Mia Costello would do in part.

I think some restrictions on platforms' deleting posts might be constitutional (see my Social Media Platforms as Common Carriers? article, or these posts excerpted from that article): To quote Justice Breyer (from a dissenting opinion, but on a point which with the majority didn't disagree with, and which other majority opinions endorsed),

Requiring someone to host another person's speech is often a perfectly legitimate thing for the Government to do.

But banning fact checking doesn't just require...

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https://reason.com/volokh/2022/03/24/a-social-media-platform-may-not-intentionally-fact-check-a-users-religious-or-political-speech/

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