Eleventh Circuit social media ruling appealed to SCOTUS

Young woman using social media apps – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by: 13_Phunkod Florida’s attorney general filed an appeal with the Supreme Court in an effort to overturn a federal court’s ruling from May that largely invalidated a state statute prohibiting social media corporations from de-platforming political candidates due to First Amendment violations.  The 11th

Florida CFO Jimmy Patronis starts online campaign to move Twitter to Florida

Twitter App with Elon Musk in the Background — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Rokas Tenys JACKSONVILLE, Fl. – Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is not as enthused as the Sunshine State’s chief financial officer to bring Twitter’s headquarters to Florida. After it was first announced that Elon Musk was negotiating to buy the social media platform in

Florida takes a staunch stance against Social Media Companies that ban political candidates with new bill

Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Twin Design In an aggressive stance against social media user regulation, Florida became the first state to pass a bill that moderates how social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter control online speech. Moving forward, Florida’s idea with this bill is to protect political candidate’s right to freedom of

Fort Lauderdale moving closer to enlisting Elon Musk’s help for a two-mile tunnel to the beach

Fort Lauderdale – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Sean Pavone Two months ago, Florida Insider covered a story highlighting the potential of Miami enlisting the help of Tesla Inc. founder Elon Musk to build tunnels in the city to alleviate traffic congestion. After a flurry of tweets between Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and the billionaire