Over the past decades, Eric Goldman, a law professor at Santa Clara University in California, has researched more than 60 similar lawsuits but failed in an attempt to sue internet companies for terminating or suspending their accounts. user. Trump’s lawsuits are unlikely to go far, he said.|Professor Goldman suspects that the former President has some trick in his hand to turn the situation around. This scholar believes that Mr. Trump may be pursuing lawsuits to attract public attention and convey the message that he is fighting the “devious tech giants in Silicon Valley”. While in office, Mr. Trump last year signed an executive order against section 230.|Vera Eidelman, a lawyer working for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), shares the same view. The expert said Trump’s lawsuits are “futile” because the major social networks are private organizations, granted by the Amendment to control the content they publish. Ms. Eidelman further noted that Mr. Trump had unfounded claims that the social networks were following pressure from the government to censor their content.|As the antitrust wars continued, there were discussions about how to address the overwhelming power and influence of tech giants over users. However, the idea of how to solve the problem is very different. According to experts, Mr. Trump’s lawsuits don’t really have much to do with antitrust issues.