Court Opinions: US Supreme Court Opinions for March 15, 19

The U.S. Supreme Court affirmed multiple rulings, including cases involving the social media platform Facebook.

Colorado Senate Judiciary Committee Approves $150,000 Study on Disinformation and Misinformation

Colorado Senate Bill 24-084 passed on a party line vote in the Senate Judiciary Committee and tasks the Attorney General with studying disinformation.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for Nov. 30

The Colorado Court of Appeals released three opinions on Nov. 30, one of which involved Colorado’s anti-SLAPP law.

Bipartisan Coalition of Attorneys General vs. Meta

A coalition of attorneys general filed lawsuits against Meta asserting it harms youth’s mental health through its social media platforms.

Aspen School District Sues Social Media Companies Claiming Harm to Students

A Colorado school district is suing social media companies claiming the platforms have harmed kids and left schools to pick up the pieces.

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Appeal Over Social Media Blocking by Government Officials

The court will consider if and when a public official’s social media is state action subject to First Amendment scrutiny.

Argument Previews: Colorado ‘True Threat’ Appeal Goes to SCOTUS

The U.S. Supreme Court April 19 will hear oral arguments for an appeal out of state court over what’s considered a “true threat.”

Justice Department Announces Settlement Agreement with Meta Platforms to Resolve Allegations of Discriminatory Advertising

The DOJ announced it obtained a settlement agreement resolving allegations that Facebook engaged in discriminatory advertising.