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Davison v. Randall

Dignifying millennials and trolls alike, the Fourth Circuit sees Facebook as the agora of the digital age. Which means a Loudoun County, Va. supervisor violated the First Amendment when she banned a critic (alleging school board corruption) from her public Facebook page. The page’s interactive aspects constituted a public forum.


Tags: 2019, First Amendment, Fourth Circuit, Free Speech

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