A California federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a suit alleging that YouTube and its parent company Google discriminate against LGBTQ content creators, holding that a recent Ninth Circuit ruling precludes the plaintiffs’ claims that the companies unconstitutionally restrict speech.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Virginia DeMarchi held that the plaintiffs’ claims under the First Amendment can’t survive after Prager University v. Google

California will join the U.S. Department of Justice’s landmark lawsuit against Google, the state’s Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Friday. The suit accuses the company of monopolizing competition in search and search advertising markets.The suit, filed in October, follows a congressional report this month that examined digital markets and concluded that Google, Amazon, Apple and Facebook dominate major sectors of