Big Tech CENSORSHIP is a disability under the ADA
It's neither transitory, nor minor.
Absent intent or authority as legal advice
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) defines a disability as “a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities.”
There is also a requirement that the disability not be “transitory and minor” (It can be one but not both.)
Well, big tech censorship has been going on for much more than six months (transitory measure) and it is definitely major.
The major life activities that are substantially limited are:
thinking - censorship limits thought by presenting limited information.
interacting with others.
Google wasn’t the first, but the first to come to mind with censorship and information withholding. This is a disability, but also discriminates under the ADA because it regards the people that it serves as disabled by the very disability it created.
Big tech censorship is provable to be neither transitory nor minor. The rest is there for the taking.
It’s a disability. Every American has an injury, in my opinion.
P.D., JAY V SHORE, as Certified ADA Advocate