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The US Supreme court believes the World Wide Web “is one of the most important places to exchange views.” thus have unanimously declared that the states can’t linit access to social media. 
This was on the back of a request the case Packingham v. North Carolina , where the justices were asked to put forth a new law in which sex offenders where bared from accessing social media, where even posting on any of the platform would be seen as a felony. This was rejected as the justices felt this would have a broader affect onAmerican  citizens.

Justice Anthony Kennedy announced that the First Amendment protects the right to communicate for all citizens. “A fundamental First Amendment principle is that all persons have access to places where they can speak and listen, and then, after reflection, speak and listen once more,”

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