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Stossel: Fighting Big Tech with a Lawsuit

As prize-winning journalist John Stossel notes in hs most recent column at Heartland Daily News, Big Tech corporations have lied about his work and censored his videos. This violates laws against defamation. Consequently, he is taking them to court for redress.

“Facebook does not have a legal right to knowingly and recklessly lie about what I say. That’s defamation,” Stossel writes.

His lawsuit is his way of preventing these parties from doing that to him and others in future.

That means he is fighting for all of us.

Here is Stossel’s video. Please read his column also.—Ed.

John Stossel
Award-winning news correspondent John Stossel is currently with Fox Business Network and Fox News. Before making the change to Fox News, Stossel was the co-anchor of ABC News's "20/20." Eight to 10 million people watched his program weekly. Often, he ended "20/20" with a TV column called "Give Me a Break," which challenged conventional wisdom.

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