(a) This chapter does not prohibit a social media platform from censoring expression that:
(1) the social media platform is specifically authorized to censor by federal law;
(2) is the subject of a referral or request from an organization with the purpose of preventing the sexual exploitation of children and protecting survivors of sexual abuse from ongoing harassment;
(3) directly incites criminal activity or consists of specific threats of violence targeted against a person or group because of their race, color, disability, religion, national origin or ancestry, age, sex, or status as a peace officer or judge; or
(4) is unlawful expression.
(b) This chapter may not be construed to prohibit or restrict a social media platform from authorizing or facilitating a user’s ability to censor specific expression on the user’s platform or page at the request of that user.

Terms Used In Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code 143A.006

(c) This chapter may not be construed to limit or expand intellectual property law.