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Snapchat Battles Ban On Ballot Selfies

The state of New Hampshire doesn't have the right to stop people from posting photos of their completed voting ballots to social media platform, Snapchat argues in new court papers filed last week with the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals. The company is siding with a New Hampshire resident, who argues that the state's 2014 ban on ballot selfies violates his free speech rights. New Hampshire officials say the law will help prevent vote buying.

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