Donald Trump sues Facebook, Twitter, Google and their CEOs

Former US President Donald Trump has said he is suing Facebook, Twitter and Google, as well as their CEOs Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey and Sundar Pichai, respectively. Trump accused the mentioned companies of censoring Internet platforms, which, in his opinion, is contrary to US law.

The interests of the former American president in court will be supported by the non-profit organization America First Policy Institute, which also supports the Republican Party. It is noted that the lawsuits were sent to court a month after Facebook extended the blocking of Trump’s account on its social network until January 2023. The Twitter social network, which was Trump’s favorite place for statements during his presidential term, permanently blocked the politician’s account immediately after the storming of the Capitol by Republican supporters on January 6, 2021. The lawsuit against Google involves the YouTube platform, on which Trump’s channel was also blocked indefinitely. The plaintiff is asking the court to order media companies to unblock Trump’s accounts. Besides, the politician is seeking formal recognition of the unconstitutional section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which shields technology companies from liability for content posted by users of their platforms. Even when Trump was President of the United States, he repeatedly opposed this article and called for its repeal. Facebook, Twitter and Google officials have so far refrained from commenting on the new trial. Trump’s press secretary Liz Harrington and other associates of the former US president also did not give any comments yet. Even when Trump was President of the United States, he repeatedly opposed this article and called for its repeal. Facebook, Twitter and Google officials have so far refrained from commenting on the new trial. Trump’s press secretary Liz Harrington and other associates of the former US president also did not give any comments yet. Even when Trump was President of the United States, he repeatedly opposed this article and called for its repeal. Facebook, Twitter and Google officials have so far refrained from commenting on the new trial. Trump’s press secretary Liz Harrington and other associates of the former US president also did not give any comments yet.

Source: CNBC

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