Finalists include "What to Know Before You Pay for Sex" and a Reason documentary about San Francisco's insane housing regulations.
Nobody calls himself a censor anymore in the 21st century. We've got better words for it.
SAG-AFTRA and the State of California claim websites like IMDb have a proactive duty to help actors hide their ages from casting directors.
First Amendment Lawyers Ask New Calif. Attorney General to Drop 'Abusive' Crusade Against Backpage and User-Info Dragnet
A subpoena calls for copies of all Backpage ads posted over several years, all billing records, and the identities of all of the website's users.
Backpage Backed Into Corner Over Adult Ads. Is Government's Goal a Goodbye to Sex Trafficking, or Free Speech?
As Congress puts Backpage on trial, Section 230 is the big fish in this barrel of red herrings.
The cure for bad speech is more speech. The cure for bad jokes is … maybe better jokes?
Just yesterday, Turkey's PM had promised to include the "principle of secularism" in new constitution.
Stunning Rejection of Scientific Values of Transparency and Skepticism at New England Journal of Medicine
Outside researchers might "even use the data to try to disprove what the original investigators had posited."
Likely outcome: better for scholars, readers, writers, even publishers.
Because guilds don't like competition.
"It appears that an oft-used tool for identifying lawbreakers will be lost if Backpage were to fold," writes federal judge.
Atlantic Media pub runs unpaid work critiquing unpaid work.
Senators sneak through SAVE Act as amendment, creating criminal liability for classified-ad sites.
Closing sites like Backpage.com puts trafficking victims at even more risk.
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