Here's how the Supreme Court got the big free speech stuff right

Here's how the Supreme Court got the big free speech stuff right

In what some saw as anticlimactic, the Supreme Court last Monday declined to decide whether Texas and Florida laws regulating social media moderation policies violate the First Amendment. But the big news from these consolidated cases was what the court did say. Justice Elena Kagan’s majority opinion in Moody v. NetChoice (decided with NetChoice v. Paxton), made clear that the First Amendment "does not go on leave when social media are involved." What does that mean? Kagan and a solid …