It filed an appeal to the Supreme Court, which, in October of 2019, granted writ of certiorari to listen to the case.
Image: Erik McGregor / LightRocket via Getty ImagesFor activists like Mora-Villalpando, the threat of social media surveillance is all too real.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments for the case on Tuesday.
While the case is pending, advocates like Mora-Villalpando and Yu will continue to use social media to rally support around their causes.
The Supreme Court case could make it a crime to share and retweet photos of border detention centers.

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