TECH TYRANNY: Florida’s Governor Shifts To Offense Against Political Censorship

Written by Wes Walker on February 3, 2021

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Governor De Santis isn’t just complaining about the heavy-handed political influence of Silicon Valley megacorps. He’s taking direct action against it.

Between the endless Congressional hearings, successive waves of systemic shutdowns of conservative voices, underhanded pressure tactics against legitimate businesses over political differences, it’s refreshing to see someone doing more than just talking about it.

De Santis is putting forward legislation that protects people from viewpoint censorship.

“We’ve seen the power of their censorship over individuals and organizations, including what I believe is clear viewpoint discrimination,’’ said DeSantis as the Senate president and House speaker stood at his side. “Under our proposal, if a technology company de-platforms a candidate for elected office in Florida during the election, a company will face a daily fine of $100,000 until the candidate’s access to the platform is restored again.”

The proposed bill, which is still being drafted, asks the Florida Legislature to impose penalties for social media companies whose algorithms are perceived to favor one candidate over another. It builds on SB 520, filed by state Sen. Danny Burgess, that would require the platforms to give a 30-day notice to a user whose account has been disabled or suspended and explain why the user was punished. — MiamiHerald

Isn’t it nice that Florida has a Governor with moxy?

Don’t you wish everybody did?

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