Looking back at how abortion advertising bans played out last century may give us some idea what the future holds for free speech about abortion.
World journalists have been quicker than Americans to see danger in prosecuting the Wikileaks founder.
The WikiLeaks founder faces espionage charges for publishing classified U.S. information, a prosecution with serious implications for all our First Amendment protections.
They shot and killed a man they were trying to evict. Doesn’t the public have the right to know who they are?
Under Biden, Trump, and Obama, government federal spending almost doubled.
"The platform's choice to release this special now, during a wave of unprecedented anti-trans legislation, is unconscionable," according to Vox.
A new ruling says Twitter and Facebook are not “common carriers" and thus cannot be forced to carry politicians' messages.
In response to the Buffalo massacre, Gov. Kathy Hochul invoked a hoary analogy to justify censorship.
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The alarm aroused by the Disinformation Governance Board is understandable given the administration’s broader assault on messages it considers dangerous.
$43 billion takeover bid reveals knowledge-class anxieties over free expression
More than 25 million people remain locked down in Shanghai, with Guangzhou—a city of 18 million—looking primed to follow.
When a college sophomore mocked Young Americans for Freedom for its stance on trans athletes, the conservative group ran to the university to file a complaint.
It's not supporting “parents’ rights” to censor topics at private schools that families decide to send their children to.
Reporting that makes Black Lives Matter look bad should not be covered up by social media companies.
Left-leaning outlets and tech giants tried to label them disinformation—until they no longer could.
The ACLU of Northern California is suing to overturn the ordinance.
The vague wording of the bill has led to a culture war fight about what the text means, and that’s never good for the First Amendment.
A new bill would alter state law to remove an educational exception for disseminating works the community deems "harmful" to minors.
Vivek Murthy's Demand for Data on COVID 'Misinformation' Is Part of a Creepy Crusade to Suppress Dissent
The surgeon general's definition of misinformation includes statements that are arguably or verifiably true.
Problems with the legislation remain, including vague prohibitions that will likely bury schools in lawsuits.
Censors wore out their welcome during the 20th century's indecency wars.
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In 1000 Years of Joys and Sorrows, the renowned artist details his struggles with censorship.
A Scottish man was just convicted for tweeting an insult about a dead person. The authorities already have too much power to censor.
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You're talking about him, aren't you?
A grim sign of the bureaucratic mentality controlling public education
Three and a half lessons about Neil Young, Joe Rogan, Spotify, and our age of cultural plenitude
In The Mind of the Censor and the Eye of the Beholder, the legendary First Amendment lawyer exposes the tricks of today's "anti-free speech movement."
Jay Inslee says we should make it a crime for politicians to lie about election results. What could go wrong?
"Governments realize that they are in an existential battle over who controls information."
While this is a problem, it's not one that scrapping Section 230 would solve.
In a significant threat to the free press, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces decades in federal prison for leaking classified documents.
Gov. Greg Abbott attacks First Amendment rights in the name of defending them.