Four posts at center of Supreme Court case cracking down on Biden administration censorship

Supreme Court justices appeared split on the question of whether it’s a problem if the White House ever puts pressure on social media companies to take down certain content.

During oral arguments in Murthy v. Missouri, a case that will determine how far social media companies can go to combat controversial or inaccurate social media posts, questions about posts relating to COVID-19 were expanded to include hypothetical instances of doxxing government officials and challenges for children to jump out of windows.

While justices moved farther afield in their analysis during oral arguments, here are some of the posts that sparked a backlash toward the Biden administration for trying to censor content online.

Louisiana Department of Justice blocked by YouTube for sharing video of citizen concerns

In August 2021, the Louisiana Department of Justice posted a YouTube video
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