Fight Abortion Censorship

State and federal lawmakers

Anti-abortion extremists aren’t trying to control our bodies. They want to control the internet, too. Now that Roe is overturned, new laws are popping up all over the country to ban websites from sharing abortion content. Tell lawmakers to oppose new censorship laws and defend Section 230, the last line of defense against abortion censorship online.

In South Carolina, lawmakers want to make it illegal to share abortion information online or provide an internet service that is “reasonably likely” to host information that could be used for an abortion. The blueprint bill comes from a national anti-abortion group—we expect this extreme censorship language will quickly spread across anti-abortion states.

Section 230, which shields platforms from liability for sharing user content, is the only backstop preventing platforms from being sued for hosting abortion speech. If Section 230 is chipped away, TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, and others would opt to censor reproductive health content rather than deal with a deluge of lawsuits.

Lawmakers must fight for free speech and stick their necks out for Section 230 before anti-abortion extremists set the rules for the internet nationwide. Tell lawmakers to keep abortion information online and defend Section 230!

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To: State and federal lawmakers
From: [Your Name]

I call on my lawmakers to fight abortion censorship by opposing any state laws that limit what information can be shared online. I also demand they defend Section 230, which is one of the key policies preventing platforms from censoring abortion and reproductive health content.