Trump files lawsuit against Twitter, Facebook and Google

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US ex-president Donald Trump filed lawsuits against the internet giants on Wednesday and said he was demanding the swift restoration of his accounts, news wires reported. In the lawsuits filed in Florida, he accuses Facebook, Twitter and YouTube owner Google, as well as company bosses Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey and Sundar Pichai personally, of an unconstitutional violation of free speech.

US ex-president Donald Trump filed lawsuits against the internet giants on Wednesday and said he was demanding the swift restoration of his accounts, news wires reported. In the lawsuits filed in Florida, he accuses Facebook, Twitter and YouTube owner Google, as well as company bosses Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey and Sundar Pichai personally, of an unconstitutional violation of free speech.

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