Censoring constituents online gains popularity

Kathleen Sturgeon returns to the podcast to tell us about her latest contribution to Black Box, detailing the growing trend of elected officials blocking constituents from viewing their social media pages. We discuss its constitutionality and what exactly current law says an official should and shouldn't do online. Later in the show we are joined by the ACLU of Georgia's Legal Director, Sean J. Young, to discuss a letter he sent to State Senator John Albers requesting that he "unblock" nine citizens that had been barred from viewing the politician's accounts and posts. To read the full Black Box article "Censoring constituents online gains popularity", click here: https://www.northfulton.com/black_box/censoring-constituents-online-gains-popularity/article_3f730538-3ea1-11e8-86ed-07a29e440074.html

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