Trump sues Twitter, Facebook, Google and CEOs Dorsey, Zuckerberg, Pichai Former US President Donald Trump has reportedly decided to sue the social media giants Facebook, Twitter and Google.
Trump has decided to open a class action lawsuit against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Google boss Sundar Pichai and twitter boss Jack Dorsey after the former president’s social media banned it, Axios said on Wednesday.
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Trump sues Twitter Shortly after the report, Trump announced plans to sue the three CEOs. “Today, with America First Policy Institute,
I am suing large class action lawsuits against big technology giants including Facebook, Google and Twitter and their CEOs Mark Zuckerberg Sundar Pichai and Jack Dorsey – three cute boys,” he said at a press conference at his golf club in Bedminster. State of New Jersey.
Trump explained that he had decided to sue the three CEOs because their social media platforms had become “applicators of illegal, unconstitutional censorship.”
The former reality show star has been banned from various social platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and several others.
The decision was made in response to Donald Trump’s social media contributions on January 6, when riots broke out in the Chapter. Facebook and Twitter were among the first to suspend and ban Trump’s account because officials believed that Trump was responsible for motivating his supporters to attack the Chapter 6 building.
Trump sues Twitter The infamous president has tried to start his own blog since his ban on social networks, which was closed within a month. Then his assistant launched a social application GETTR, which resembles Twitter.
Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced three lawsuits against Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg,
Twitter chief Jack Dorsey and Google chief Sundar Pichai and their companies after his release. From most major platforms earlier this year after the Chapter of the Uprising.
Former President Donald Trump speaks Wednesday at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey … [+] ASSOCIATED PRESS
The lawsuits first reported by Axios are supported by the America First Policy Institute (AFPI), a non-profit think tank led by Trump’s allies Linda McMahon and Brooke Rollins.
Court records show that Trump filed separate lawsuits against Zuckerberg, Dorsey and Pichai in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida on Wednesday.
Trump sues Twitter Trump announced the trials at a news conference in Bedminster, New Jersey, surrounded by Rollins and other AFPI board members.
The lawsuit alleges that Twitter, Facebook and Google violated the first amendment by unfair censorship by Trump and other conservatives – although Trump has a reputation for not following the lawsuits he has filed.
Twitter banned Trump indefinitely, while Facebook suspended the former president for two years. This decision was confirmed by the company’s supervisory board in May.
YouTube has said it will review Trump’s ban, but has not yet announced when it will make a final decision.
“There is no better evidence that Big Tech is out of control than the fact that it banned the incumbent US president earlier this year. The ban continues to this day, “said Trump. “We demand an end to the shadow ban, a halt to silence and blacklisting, the exclusion and repeal that you are so familiar with.”
Trump was trying to regain the same online coverage he had before being banned by Facebook, Twitter, and other social media companies, and alternative plans proved unsuccessful.
His team shut down its much-published “blog” last month after receiving little attention, and the former president has not yet joined any of the myriad marginal social networks, some of which have tried to stay online. For years,
Republicans have argued that social media companies censor conservatives online, but studies have found no evidence to support the claim. Last year, Trump signed an executive order seeking to limit the protection of Big Tech’s liability, such as Facebook and Twitter, claiming that social networking companies were “censoring” conservatives. President Joe Biden canceled the order in May