Attempts by British lawmakers to erase online anonymity would lead to radical speech being pushed underground.
SCOTUS Rules That California Violated the First Amendment by Routinely Demanding Donor Information From Advocacy Groups
Six justices agreed that the state's "dragnet for sensitive donor information" imposes "a widespread burden on donors' associational rights."
The plaintiff is Francesca Viola, who wrote the comment when she was a journalism professor at Temple University.
A California rule and a bill approved by the House seem designed to chill freedom of speech and freedom of association.
California's Requirement That Nonprofits Disclose Donor Information Poses a Grave Threat to Freedom of Association
A broad coalition of groups is asking the Supreme Court to overturn the state's policy.
May plaintiffs alleged sexual assault proceed pseudonymously, when the defendant is being publicly named?
Unsurprisingly, the exact allegations that are said to be libelous don't appear in the complaint.
So holds a district court, in a copyright case brought by the Jehovah's Witnesses against a Reddit commenter.
Tor, a leading service for anonymously accessing the Internet, is shielded by 47 U.S.C. § 230.
Trump thinks that by publishing the piece, the Times is "virtually" guilty of "treason."
A little consistency would be nice.