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Federal appeals court in California has ruled that Youtube Twitter facebook and other privately operated internet platforms are not bound by the first amendment. Meaning they're free to censor content. They don't like the case in question concerned. A youtube channel meant advertise conservative ideas. The owner of the Channel. Prager you sued Youtube and its parent company. Google after the platform flag. Dozens of videos as inappropriate. The prager you owners argued that you tubes moderators were discriminating against its conservative viewpoint. For its part. Google argued that allowing prager you to have a free speech claim could have disastrous consequences for online. Discourse