Social Media Censorship

Delaware has an interest in helping its citizens enjoy the free exercise of their religious and political rights in certain semi-public forums commonly used for religious and political speech, regardless of which political party or religious organization they support.
Of high importance is assuring that the owners and operators of social media websites are not maliciously interfering in elections.
Online censorship should not be allowed, unless the content is obscene, is injurious to children or promotes human trafficking.
The owner or operator of a social media website that contracts with a user in this State is subject to a private right of action by the user if the social media website purposely does any of the following:
• Deletes or censors the user's religious speech or political speech.
• Uses an algorithm to disfavor, shadowban, or censure the user's religious speech or political speech.
The big tech giants should not be allowed to choose which political or religious ideologies can be censored.