Trump has filed lawsuits on Facebook, Twitter and Google

Illustrative image of the article Retaliation strike by former president: Trump sues Facebook, Twitter and Google

Former US President Donald Trump has made himself visible again. He sues three internet giants.

Former US President Donald Trump has made himself visible again. He sues three internet giants.

Illustrative image of the article Retaliation strike by former president: Trump sues Facebook, Twitter and Google

Former US President Donald Trump announced on Wednesday that he had filed lawsuits against technology companies Facebook, Twitter and Google. He claims that these companies have unjustifiably censored him, the AP agency informed.

Trump said he was the main petitioner and that it was a class action lawsuit filed in federal court in Florida.

Blocked accounts

“We demand an end to the shadow ban, silencing and blacklisting, exclusion and interference that you are so familiar with.” Trump announced at a press conference at his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey.

The three companies canceled Trump’s accounts on their platforms after his supporters broke into the Capitol building on January 6.

Companies have expressed concern that it will incite further violence.

Current policy

At the time, Trump called the blocking of his accounts an “insult” to the 75 million voters who voted for him in last November’s presidential election and accused Facebook of “censorship.”

In early June, Facebook announced that the official account of former US President Donald Trump would be blocked at least until January 2023. Should Trump continue to represent “Risk to public security”, this measure could be extended.

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