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New Survey Finds More Democrats Support Censorship On Social Media So People Aren’t Offended

A new survey by Rasmussen Reports shows most Americans believe social media sites like Facebook and Twitter should support free speech. A slim majority of those surveyed--51 percent-- "believe it’s better for the owners of...

Ashley Moody Leads National Investigation Into Instagram’s Impact on Young People

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody announced last week that she is leading a nationwide investigation into Meta Platforms, Inc., formerly known as Facebook, for conduct relating to the use of its social media platform...

Ashley Moody Files Amicus Brief in Human Trafficking Case Against Facebook

State Attorney General Ashley Moody took aim at online human trafficking this week by filing an amicus brief with 24 other attorneys general in the Doe v. Facebook, Inc. case. Survivors of child sex trafficking...

Tampa Bay Congressional Reps Glad to See Facebook Pause Instagram Kids

Two members of the Florida congressional delegation representing the Tampa Bay area weighed in this week after Facebook announced it was suspending “Instagram Kids” Facebook announced it would pause its effort. “We wanted to provide an...

Gus Bilirakis Tells Social Media Companies to Do More to Stop Children from Signing...

“The Communications Decency Act was meant to protect our society, specifically our kids. However, Big Tech has been picking and choosing which parts of the law to follow, which is dangerous and inappropriate."
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Rick Scott Takes Aim at Big Tech With the DATA Act

Scott showcased his proposal “to increase transparency by requiring big tech platforms, like Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter, to receive express consent to use Americans’ personal information" and which “provides Americans with legal recourse against these companies if they believe their right to privacy has been violated.”

Rick Scott: CDC Needs to Focus on How Social Media Is Impacting Young Americans

On Friday, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., sent a letter to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky requesting information on CDC studies and actions to address the extended use of social media by American children and young adults, and its potential impact on their health and well-being.