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A federal judge has ordered the Biden Administration to show its communications with big tech companies which censored users on its platforms under the federal government’s direction.

The Biden administration’s motion to dismiss a landmark case alleging collusion between Big Tech and the government to censor COVID-19 information was recently rejected by US District Court for the Western District of Louisiana Judge Terry Doughty.

The lawsuit alleges that Big Tech platforms labeled information as “misinformation” and “disinformation” in violation of the First Amendment, and the government went beyond its authority.

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At the same time, the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Homeland Security violated the Administrative Procedure Act.

“The Court finds that the Complaint alleges significant encouragement and coercion that converts the otherwise private conduct of censorship on social media platforms into state action and is unpersuaded by Defendants’ arguments to the contrary,” Doughty wrote in his ruling.

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