The case involves three plaintiffs who allege their First Amendment rights were violated when the US Surgeon General and HHS directed Twitter to suspend and censor them for criticizing the government’s Covid response.

As swiftly as the pandemic – and more importantly, associated radical restrictive measures concerning people’s everyday lives – descended onto the world, it all seemingly quickly vanished into thin air.

But the consequences, particularly related to the stifling of speech, live on in a number of legal battles being fought now to prove that both government(s) and social media were wrong to introduce mass censorship because of alleged Covid misinformation.

In the US, this is happening specifically on the grounds that the First Amendment protections got breached in the process.

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