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Freedom Watch, a conservative political action group, filed a lawsuit against Google, Facebook, Twitter and Apple for allegedly conspiring to limit advocacy by conservatives and those who support President Donald Trump.
The suit, filed in the District of Columbia on [Aug. 29, 2018], named the four internet giants as defendants and charged them with violating Section One and Two of the Sherman Act, the First Amendment, and Washington, D.C.’s discrimination law.
The article goes on to state the following:
Freedom Watch also accused the internet entities of working with traditional media outlets, including CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times and The Washington Post to intentionally suppress “politically conservative content in order to take down Trump and his administration.”
According to the lawsuit:
The members of the class are so numerous that joinder of all its members is impossible. There are likely to be hundreds or more class members in the United States and worldwide. Furthermore, common questions of fact and law exist as to all class members, including, but not limited to, whether Defendants are engaging in illegal suppression and censorship of politically conservative content. Freedom Watch’s claims are typical of all of the claims of the respective class that it seeks to represent and Freedom Watch has no interests adverse to the interest of the other members of the class, insofar as its injuries are substantially similar to those suffered by the other members of the class.
Political interest group Freedom Watch is accusing Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Apple and Instagram of helping bring down President Donald Trump and nullifying the vote of the millions of citizens who voted for the president. https://t.co/tLDf86FEnK
— NBC Bay Area (@nbcbayarea) September 1, 2018
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