There are some circumstances where government officials are allowed to block people from commenting on their social media pages, the Supreme Court ruled Friday.

The ruling suggests that government officials can block people from commenting on personal social media pages where they discuss official business when that speech cannot be attributed to the state and merely reflects personal remarks.

Because SCOTUS did not set a clear standard, officials risk liability when blocking followers on so-called “Mixed use” social media pages, SCOTUS cautioned.

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