The Washington Post covers South Carolina Twitter censorship

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The Washington Post profiled our client Dana Al-Hasan, a student at the University of South Carolina who was blocked on Twitter by State Rep Alan Clemmons for questioning his support of Israel. Clemmons unblocked Dana following a letter we sent him warning that he was violating Dana's right to engage with the government in a public forum. Dana's clapback at Clemmons closes out the article:

"Perhaps it’s worthy to remind @RepAlanClemmons that he is not in a boy band with fans but instead an elected government official where he’s supposed to be held accountable to his constituents."

Read the article here.