Facebook and the ACLU tell court a "like" is protected speech

Facebook and the ACLU tell court a "like" is protected speech

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New In April of this year, the US District Court of Eastern Virginia decided that liking something on Facebook did not constitute free speech. Now, the five plaintiffs are taking their case to an appellate court, and this time, they have the support of the ACLU and Facebook behind them. The...
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