Florida Lawmakers Move On Anti-Censorship Legislation Against Facebook And…

In a brilliant move, Florida lawmakers introduced legislation to curb the tyranny of censorship by Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook and other big tech giants.

According to Breitbart News, “Republican legislators in the Florida House of Representatives have introduced legislation to protect political candidates from censorship by big tech platforms.”

“The bill includes a measure to fine social media platforms that blacklist political candidates, $100,000 a day for statewide candidates (governors, senators, and presidential candidates) and $10,000 a day for “other candidates,” notes Breitbart.

The entire bill can be read here.

While the bill is certainly a step in the right direction, there are some who claim it does not go far enough. The bill, if passed, will face scrutiny from the powerful tech lobby over Constitutional grounds.

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7 Responses

  1. Wundebar!!! The “badder” the news for Zuck, the better the news for us patriotic Americans. It’s a “fine” thing!

    1. HELL “WILL” FREEZE OVER THE DAY NANCY’S NEPHEW IN THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CALIFUNNY, RUN BY A SUPER MAJORITY OF DUMBOCRAPS, ALLOWS ANYTHING CLOSE TO THAT .

  2. Wonderful this is a start to put big tech in it’s place but they will spend millions to stop it. I believe some legislators will get rich voting against it.

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