Podcast: Free Speech, Social Media, and the Lindke v. Freed Case with Robert Hagemann, Poyner Spruill LLP

Posted on May 24, 2024


Robert Hagemann

Robert Hagemann
Poyner Spruill LLP

Can public officials block you on social media? Robert Hagemann, a Partner at Poyner Spurill LLP, joined the podcast to discuss Lindke v. FreedĀ and its impact on free speech and the use social media in local government. He shared the First Amendment landscape prior to the Supreme Court ruling, what the outcome of the most recent ruling means for local governments, and unanswered questions regarding the First Amendment and social media.

Host: Dan Bolin

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