Sen. Marsha Blackburn's "Biological men have no place in women's sports" post was apparently blocked as "hate speech."
The trial court reasoned: "You guys ... have a spat on Facebook.... Nobody cares about these s[p]ats. Just block them and move on."
Criticism of Grayson (who's now running in the 2022 Florida Senate primary) in his losing 2018 House campaign was based on "articles by independent, reputable sources," and there wasn't clear and convincing evidence that the defendants knew their statements were false or likely false (the so-called "actual malice" standard).
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Massie was the only House member to vote against a resolution demanding social media companies do more to track and suppress antisemitic content.
The student's mother alleged that he had been bullied and the school district had done nothing to protect him; the teacher's aide responded in an online public discussion, saying (among other things) that the student had been doing the bullying; the parents sued.
And The Washington Post's wildly one-sided account of Jankowicz's fall was an exercise in government PR.
The Supreme Court split on this 4-4 in 1982, and the matter remains unsettled.
In response to the Buffalo massacre, Gov. Kathy Hochul invoked a hoary analogy to justify censorship.
Special Signage Requirement for "Trans-Inclusive" Restrooms Unconstitutionally Compels Business's Speech
So holds a federal district court today; striking down a Tennessee statute.
Florida Bans Residential Picketing with "Intent to Harass or Disturb" -- but What Exactly Does That Mean?
A content-neutral ban on all residential picketing would be constitutional; but the "intent to harass or disturb" limitation may make the law unconstitutional or ineffective.
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The law forces social media firms to host and promote speech they oppose, and would set a dangerous precedent if upheld by the courts..
A federal judge ruled Monday that North Carolina bureaucrats violated the Constitution when they tried to ban a Flying Dog beer over a possible penis on the label.
"It's all induced by the internet," she said.
Grandmother of Dead Child May Post Child Protection Services Documents That Are Confidential Under State Law,
but that she received from the lawyers for the man accused of killing him.
So the Michigan Court of Appeals held Thursday, in a case brought by the former head women's gymnastics coach at Central Michigan University.
"If you’d find it hard to support our content breadth, Netflix may not be the best place for you," the company tells employees.
Ninth Circuit Upholds Dismissal of Arizona State's Trademark Lawsuit Over ASU_Covid.Parties Instagram Account
The account posted items such as (in mid-2020), "ASU: No More Social Distancing. No More Masks. It Is Time to Party!"
The U.S. Polo Association investigation exonerated the plaintiff, but the plaintiff still sued the USPA for libel.
A "disinformation" board sounds like something from a dystopian novel.
of South Africa and the European Court of Human Rights."
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held to be vague and therefore unenforceable.
Sen. Warren's Asking Amazon to Stop Carrying Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s COVID Book Likely Not Unconstitutional
So a federal judge held yesterday.
Not even under an anti-SLAPP statute—rather, under a statute allowing sanctions for "frivolous conduct in filing civil claims."
"Netflix alleges that Tyler County’s District Attorney, Lucas Babin, is 'abusing his office' through a 'singular and bad-faith effort' to maliciously prosecute Netflix in violation of the United States Constitution and in retaliation against Netflix for exercising its First Amendment rights."
So Georgia Administrative Law Judge Charles R. Beaudrot ruled yesterday.