… People like Musk are the only ones who can afford to fight the government over a single tweet, but the impact of the case “goes far beyond Elon Musk,” said Kara Rollins, an attorney with the New Civil Liberties Alliance, which filed an amicus brief backing Tesla.

“This is really about fundamental First Amendment interests in relation to the National Labor Relations Act, which has some limited speech controls,” she said. “This case looks at that provision of the NLRA and the First Amendment through the lens of social media.”