Why Texas, Florida and social media are in the Supreme Court : The Indicator from Planet Money Next week, the US Supreme Court will hear a case that pits the Attorneys General of Texas and Florida against a trade group representing some of the biggest social media companies in the world. Today, how we got here, and now the case could upend our online experience.

A Supreme Court case that could reshape social media

A Supreme Court case that could reshape social media

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Next week, the US Supreme Court will hear a case that pits the Attorneys General of Texas and Florida against a trade group representing some of the biggest social media companies in the world.

Today, how we got here, and now the case could upend our online experience.

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