The following statement can be attributed to Chris Mohr, President, Software & Information Industry Association.

We are gratified that the Supreme Court applied First Amendment protection to a platform’s editorial discretion.  A private entity’s decision of what to publish, and what not to publish is the lynchpin of First Amendment freedoms, and the decisions made by content moderation algorithms have correctly been recognized as speech.  The rampant amount of misinformation and disinformation found online is dangerous and the platforms should have the right to decide what content is appropriate and remove content that they believe is harmful to themselves or the public.  And ultimately, the public will decide whether or not they wish to be part of those communities.  That is exactly the marketplace of ideas that the First Amendment contemplates.