And how dangerous is it for the future of free speech?
"Touching someone's arm to get their attention, I would have thought was normal."
The Commission on Human Rights is likely running afoul of the First Amendment.
"Twitter is responding to a targeted harassment campaign against specific individuals-a policy that's long been against the Twitter Rules."
The Media Wildly Mischaracterized That Video of Covington Catholic Students Confronting a Native American Veteran
Journalists who uncritically accepted Nathan Phillips' story got this completely wrong.
Author and sex worker Maggie McNeill was suspended from Twitter Tuesday for a hyperbolic comment about burning the White House down.
On Monday, a federal appeals court considered Grindr's guilt in a case involving app-based impersonators.
It's been dubbed "NYC's Anti-Airdrop Dick Pic Law," but the bill is much broader than that.
Accusations against author Junot Diaz are pouring in, but not all allegations are equal.
Rep. Michelle DuBois wants to remove a statehouse sign that reads "General Hooker Entrance" because it is an affront to "women's dignity."
Forbid the eggplants, but leave the winking faces alone, please.
The New Jersey Supreme Court narrowly construes a ban on annoying conduct to avoid First Amendment problems.
Former student alleges the school screwed up its investigation.
Elizabeth Nolan Brown argues in The New York Times that we can thank "feminism, but also free markets" for the ongoing purge of predatory men.
Documents from a $27,000 harassment settlement from Rep. John Conyers' office show how Congress keeps its tax-funded settlements secret.
Journalist Cathy Young talks frankly about sexual harassment in the workplace.
The Harvey Weinstein story is not just about the end of a career. It's about the end of an era.
"Words must do more than offend, cause indignation, or anger" to be illegal, says judge in bear-hunter harassment case.
Citing a backlog of complaints, the Title IX enforcement office pledges to prioritize case resolution over fishing expeditions.
A congressional hearing is scheduled, but will anything change?
The Midwest farmer's daughters are not alright.
Officers frequently "use the power of their badge to prey on the vulnerable," finds AP analysis.
University of Kentucky Takes Student Paper to Court Over Reporting on Sexual-Assault Complaints Against Professor
When does institutional protection of student-victim privacy cross the line into censorship?
Sexual Harassment and Sex-Based Discrimination Widespread at King County Sheriff's Office, Say Female Cops
Officers also say they were retaliated against for speaking up about the situation.
Americans must resist the delusional embrace of E.U.-style "hate speech" rules.
Anthony Weiner's Sexting Is Dumb, But What Bill Clinton and His Aides Did to Inconvenient Women Is Vile
Weiner embarrassed himself and his wife, but Bill Clinton and his aides deliberately smeared Monica Lewinsky and other women's reputations.
These Gadsden flag alternatives offer cuddlier featured creatures and more polite requests to be left alone.
A message featuring gun, knife, and bomb emojis has landed a Virginia 12-year-old in trouble with police.
A case study of collective catharsis through call-out culture and moral panic as meme.
Um, guys, a government allowed to whimsically bar people from coming to the country is sure not going to stop with preventing pickup artists from entering.
But attacks on political speech in the guise of preventing "harassment" will no doubt continue.
Actually, science only works well when all researchers show their work
Zimmerman posted nude photos and contact information for a woman he alleges cheated on him "with a dirty Muslim."
"There is not enough evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction," says British law enforcement.
'Gender justice' warriors in the Department of Education are pushing campus officials too far.