When Prager U decided to use the courts to impose First Amendment restrictions on YouTube, it was pursuing the ‘wrong’ solution, so the Ninth Circuit’s decision is hardly a surprise.
Any government regulation that restricts an platform’s authority to censor speech will, in fact, amount to a form of viewpoint censorship that will violate the platforms’ First Amendment rights.
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