Nobody is being "confused" by vegetarian meat substitutes.
Harry Potter and the Baffling Return of Religious Panic
Free Speech Defenders Warn Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez That She Is Violating the Constitution by Blocking Critics on Twitter
The same First Amendment principles that apply to the president also apply to the congresswoman.
The move would violate the First Amendment.
Trying to get the government involved in what sort of videos online platforms promote or hide is going to end badly.
It would essentially be a Fairness Doctrine for the internet.
Companies should forced neither to help spread offensive speech nor to suppress it.
Plus: the trouble with "national conservatism," the decline of the mortgage interest deduction, and more...
The presidential hopeful alleges the company violated her First Amendment rights when it suspended her campaign advertising site for 6 hours.
The pundit made the claim at a Senate hearing on allegations of tech censorship against conservatives.
Trump supports a bill that would encourage censorship in the name of free speech.
Plus: Air-launched rockets, the GOP becomes the party of Trump, and Pelosi feuds with AOC.
New Orleans can't use zoning regulations to decide what counts as artistic expression.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R–Mo.) has proposed a dreadful bill that would give the government control of internet content. He thinks the only reason anyone could be opposed is because they've been bought off.
Facing Legal Challenge, Washington Weed Regulators Lift Ban on Cannabusiness Signs at Seattle Hempfest
The state's Liquor and Cannabis Board changed its policy after Hempfest and two marijuana retailers challenged it on constitutional grounds.
From Sohrab Ahmari to Josh Hawley, what the new right really wants is to squelch free expression.
A 6-3 ruling says that the First Amendment protects brand names that are considered “immoral” or “scandalous.”
Activists Want a Problematic Mural of George Washington Destroyed. It Will Cost a High School $600,000.
The artist wanted students to learn about Washington's flaws. How traumatizing.
The People v. Lawrence Ferlinghetti explains how America embraced free speech—and how we're ready to throw it away.
The Seattle festival's organizers argue that banning signs referring to state-licensed cannabusinesses violates the state and federal constitutions.
Censorship inevitably ends up being used to protect the powerful from criticism.
The "blogfather" once touted the internet as the antidote to Big Government, Big Business, and Big Media. Now he wants the feds to crack down on social media.
Twitter Gives Conflicting Reasons for Suspending User Who Tweeted Links to 3D Gun Plans After Sen. Bob Menendez Asked Them To
The senator asked for a private business to squash a citizen's communication, and they did it, though they don't say they did it for him.
Social media platforms and governments are "voluntarily" teaming up to ban "violent extremist content." What could go wrong?
The supposed plague of misleading and harmful information on the internet is nothing new, nor is governments' desire to muzzle anybody who says inconvenient things.
Resist when politicians declare that speech (even radical speech) is a “threat to our democracy.”
Even more worrying: New Zealand's leading media outlets are self-censoring coverage of the Christchurch mass shooting.
Iconic British foods like Christmas pudding and strawberries and cream get censored.
Right after 290 people were killed in a series of Easter Sunday bombings
Censorship continues to be about empowering those in charge.
Will a thirst to punish Silicon Valley destroy our liberty?
Maybe people are just playing to escape all the Brexit news?