The former president of the United States Donald trump announced this Wednesday that it presented a complaint before a Florida Court of Justice against the CEOs of three of the most important technology companies in the country: Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook; Jack Dorsey from Twitter; and Sundar Pichai from Google.
At a press conference broadcast from Bedminster, NJ, Trump said the lawsuit looking to restore their social media accounts and impose “punitive damages” on the defendants.
He asked to hold them “accountable” for what he considers a attack on their “freedom of speech”.
Trump said he will seek to prove the illegality of the veto of his accounts, but also defend the First Amendment of the Constitution and that the big tech stop “silencing”, “blacklisting” and “canceling” Americans.
Donald Trump, banned from the main social networks since January. Photo: Reuters
Trump’s accounts on social networks Facebook and Twitter remain suspended after the violent assault by a mob of his followers on the US Congress on January 6 and his allegations of electoral fraud in the presidential elections that he lost something to Joe Biden, which he has since described as “censorship” and “abuse”
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