The Woodhull vs. FOSTA/SESTA fight is not over yet, folx!


WASHINGTON — The plaintiffs in the Woodhull Freedom Foundation case challenging FOSTA/SESTA filed on Monday a motion asking the D.C. district court for a summary judgment declaring the legislation unconstitutional.

FOSTA, the Woodhull legal team argued, is “unconstitutionally vague and overbroad, is a content-based statute that cannot satisfy strict scrutiny and lacks the necessary scienter [i.e., proof of intent] requirements to be constitutional, and it explicitly is meant to have retroactive reach in both its criminal and civil applications.”


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