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UH Law Center professor available to comment on SCOTUS social media case

Samantha Medlin, a University of Houston Law Center 2024 graduate and Criminal Law Association President for the '23-'24 academic year

June 27, 2024 — In the Murthy v. Missouri case, the Supreme Court ruled 6-3 the plaintiffs did not have a legal right to sue against the Government’s asking tech companies to remove false information from social media platforms.

“The court denied the plaintiff’s standing; it kicked the substantive question of when the Government exerts too much pressure on social media companies down the road.”

  • Nikolas Guggenberger, professor at the University of Houston Law Center

Click here for Professor Guggenberger's bio. 

If you are interested in interviewing Professor Guggenberger, please contact Carrie Anna Criado, UH Law Center Assistant Dean of Communications and Marketing, 713-743-2184, cacriado@central.uh.edu or Bonnie Buffaloe, Communications Manager, 713-743-9137, blbuffaloe@uh.edu

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