Court tosses out Tulsi Gabbard’s Google lawsuit

Court tosses out Tulsi Gabbard’s Google lawsuit

A federal judge has rejected a lawsuit that Rep. Tulsi Gabbard filed in July against Google, which alleged that the platform was censoring her free speech. Last July, Gabbard filed a lawsuit against Google, accusing the company of violating her First Amendment rights to free speech when it briefly suspended her campaign’s ad account.

Kathy
Kathy
michael zubas
michael zubas 4 weeks

this isn't good. this means Google has the right to manipulate their search's in order to influence people a certain way or another.

Mozgus
Mozgus 4 weeks

In an unrelated matter, the judge just bought a yacht.

Jcrypt
Jcrypt 4 weeks

Google is private, they can do what they want. We can pass regulations though, to ensure freedom of speech on their platform. But what’s better is to break them up, making search independent as a platform not tied to any other divisions that serves all businesses equally. oligopolies must always be broken up for the sake of competition and distribution of power.

Frederic Lück
Frederic Lück 4 weeks

Just use duckduckgo

Indo
Indo 4 weeks

sorry mericans, free speech don't get to the table these days. it's ole school.

not the 1%
not the 1% 4 weeks

Corrupt judge almost as rich as lifetime congresswoman Pelosi - - 100millionaire Took Pelosi 50 yrs at 150k per year.. Took this judge one shitty decision.... BUT BUT BUUUTTTTT... the US is a country who values and holds up. The rule of LAW

Crimson Jester
Crimson Jester 4 weeks

Not good. They are acting as a platform and should be treated as such.

SimonR
SimonR 4 weeks

Google is more powerful than the US government.

Per Gunnar
Per Gunnar 4 weeks

Well the extreme left Democraps and their media lapdogs do not believe in free speech for those that opposes them so...

Dawlben
Dawlben 4 weeks

They need to start using the safe harbor provisions and have Google no longer a safe harbor.

Rhokanth
Rhokanth 4 weeks

No matter how much guys wanna screw Tulsi, the DNC and Leftist media already did.

David Foxfire
David Foxfire 4 weeks

Every now and then, I wish an System Wide Debilitating Electromagnetic Pulse over Silicon Valley that fries every computer and internet infostrucure there. This is one reason why. It's only a matter of time before I start asking for nukes.

Jeremy
Jeremy 4 weeks

Freedom of speech is a right of the people by the government, not corporations. The fact that Tulsi doesn't understand that proves she was't worthy of winning.

Roamer MGTOW
Roamer MGTOW 4 weeks

so can we arrest every single google employee there or shall we have to take the law into our own hands?

Darknimbus3
Darknimbus3 4 weeks

Of course. No surprise here. Now what’s the news?

Daniel McEwen
Daniel McEwen 4 weeks

The thing here is that the first amendment is protestion against government infringing on our free speech. There has to be another approach in dealing with them. I just don't know what it is. For starters, use browsers and search engines other than Google. And stop saying "Google it".

Just_Saying
Just_Saying 4 weeks

No surprise here, tossing it out was 100% the correct thing to do. A private company can accept, reject, or suspend any business relationship it wants to, at any time, pretty much with or without reason. Its a little thing called free market capitalism get used to it.

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