Wednesday, July 01, 2020

KCPD Twitter Block Unconstitutional?!?!

The case law is scant BUT the argument offers insight into social media controls, rules and practices that require constant interaction/addiction over user-friendly interfaces i.e. Twitter and most online forums are programmed for trolling.

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Kansas resident blocked by KCPD on Twitter raises constitutional concerns

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - We're getting ready to celebrate our nation's independence this weekend. At the core of those beliefs is the Bill of Rights, giving everyone the right to free speech. Lawyers say if you're on the street or your phone, the same rules should apply.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Troll like Byron who add hate and racists comments should be blocked.

Anonymous said...


another cry baby lawyer

Anonymous said...

The Kansas City Police Department social media staff take great pride in harassing the citizens of Kansas City. And under the current control the social media staff are accountable to no one.

Anonymous said...

Crimefighter Swallowonzo Washington got himself banned?

DramavilleKC said...

Please post examples? I am sure you can dig around in your stank unwashed ass and find some?

Anonymous said...

They can not block anyone, Federal courts have ruled, Trump cannot block people from his Twitter. If they disseminate "official" information from this account they cannot block a citizen. They can be sued and they will lose, pretty typical for cops not to know how the constitution works.