The former president has filed a class-action lawsuit against three IT giants of America-he is seeking to unblock his pages and a fine
Former U.S. President Donald Trump is filing class-action lawsuits against the heads of the world's largest tech companies вЂ” Facebook, Twitter, and Google.
This is reported by Axios.
At a press conference on July 7, the former head of the White House announced that he would sue Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey, and Sundar Pichai, who are the directors of Facebook, Twitter, and Google, respectively.
Class-action lawsuits against the IT giants will be considered by the District Court of the State of Florida.
Trump noted that he will seek judicial authorization for the immediate unblocking of his accounts on the social networks Facebook and Twitter. In addition, he demands to find these companies.
The collective status of the lawsuit will allow you to join Trump and other people who claim that they were censored by the moderators of social networks.
Facebook and Twitter have not yet commented on this.
Recall that against the background of the January storming of the White House by supporters of Donald Trump, Twitter blocked the personal microblog of the ex-president for life.
Facebook Instagram and Facebook pages were also frozen, but only for two years.