The Supreme Court’s most conservative justices are signaling an interest in issues closely associated with former President Trump Donald Trump Gaetz trip to Bahamas part of federal sex trafficking investigation: report Omar slams Biden admin for continuing ‘the construction of Trump’s xenophobic and racist wall’ Biden to announce executive action on ghost guns, red flag laws MORE , from rules on social media platforms to how elections are governed. Justice Clarence Thomas Clarence Thomas Joe Biden’s surprising presidency Hillicon Valley: Supreme Court sides with Google in copyright fight against Oracle | Justices dismiss suit over Trump’s blocking of critics on Twitter | Tim Cook hopes Parler will return to Apple Store Supreme Court sides with Google in copyright fight against Oracle MORE this week opined on how Twitter might be more strictly regulated after it banned Trump from its platform and predicted the court would soon be called upon to address Big Tech’s "highly concentrated control" of speech. He and fellow conservative Justices Samuel Alito Samuel Alito Supreme Court sides with Google in copyright fight against Oracle Supreme Court revives police shooting victim’s suit against officers Supreme Court wary of curbing police efforts to prevent suicide MORE and Neil Gorsuch… Read full this story
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