Florida has passed an unconstitutional law to allow suing and fining social media companies (except ones that also own theme parks) for censoring users or de-platforming politicians
It’s pretty clear that DeSantis is doing this for show because he wants to run for president in 2024. He knows it is unenforceable but it makes for good headlines.
Silly, but mostly a move to show off to the anti-tech wing of GOP voters (esp. after the Trump deplatforming, they're very angry). It's going to pretty quickly get thrown out.
I'd also assume the tech companies will go for the 1st amendment argument rather than S. 230, since it wouldn't help them to bring more spotlight to that, whereas as we well know now, the constitution is sacred to many voters.
The first legal challenge against the law has been filed now by NetChoice and the Computer and Communications Industry Association. Some analysis and a link to the full complaint at Techdirt: First Legal Challenge To Florida's Unconstitutional Social Media Moderation Law Has Been Filed
Something similar is going to happen in the UK. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/landmark-laws-to-keep-children-safe-stop-racial-hate-and-protect-democracy-online-published