…The New Civil Liberties Alliance, which is representing doctors in a legal challenge to the Biden administration’s pressure on social media to censor purported disinformation, told the 2nd Circuit that New York is trying to pull a fast one by claiming to regulate “commercial speech.”

This ordinarily applies to “factual and uncontroversial information” and arguably falls under a lower tier of judicial scrutiny, but it’s nothing like the highly debated “hate speech” New York forces social media companies to address in their own policies, NCLA’s brief says…

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