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US Supreme Court strikes down Texas law barring social media censorship

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Decisão atendeu a recurso impetrado por duas entidades representativas de empresas como Facebook, Twitter e YouTube
Decision responded to an appeal filed by two entities representing companies such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube| Photo: Pixabay

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