The creator of "Godwin's law" about Hitler analogies has a bold new vision for free expression, online and off.
Plus: newspapers vs. Google, The Federalist vs. the National Labor Relations Board, and more...
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.
A handful of dumb tweets do not a story make.
Trump supports a bill that would encourage censorship in the name of free speech.
The president invited Republican lawmakers as well as social media stars who claim that tech giants are suppressing free speech.
Two Lawsuits Argue That Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Blocking of Twitter Critics, Like Trump's, Violates the First Amendment
The New York congresswoman's use of Twitter seems similar to the president's in constitutionally relevant ways.
Few people who tweeted #NotMyAriel were actually upset about Halle Bailey portraying the mermaid princess.
The court says the "interactive space" created by his account is a public forum, meaning that the president's viewpoint discrimination violates the First Amendment.
Blaming Trump's election on the magical power of Russian Twitter bots is seductive because it excuses Americans for electing an obviously unqualified candidate.
Be afraid as more journalists and politicians start calling for stronger policing of online speech.
Some thoughts on a new draft article by Jeff Fisher and Alli Larsen
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is Wrong About a Lot of Things. But She's Right About Fresh Juice in Cocktails.
This is why it's important to have subject matter experts in Congress.
"I want to be clear that the comments I made are not indicative of who I am or who I've become in the years since."
"When you bow to these woke scolds, they accept it as weakness."
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 AFL-CIO's Twitter account appears to endorse a workers' revolution.
Conservatives say they are subject to a double standard.
The existence of one story does not discount terrible atrocities.
The Mueller report drops and Trump tweets.
'Nobody Wants To See a Government Speech Police': Senate Republicans Threaten To Regulate Facebook and Twitter
They say the social media companies display a bias against conservatives.
Will a thirst to punish Silicon Valley destroy our liberty?
Q&A with political strategist Liz Mair.
Press release from Jersey senator asks Twitter to censor specific user @ivanthetroll12.
Plus: SCOTUS declines Hawaii lesbian case, UC stands by professor in free speech standoff, and ACLU warns of "privacy Trojan horse."
Kosoko Jackson's A Place for Wolves isn't great, but it didn't deserve to be canceled.
"I'm more confused than angry about all of this."
He Was Part of a Twitter Mob That Attacked Young Adult Novelists. Then It Turned on Him. Now His Book Is Canceled.
Kosoko Jackson, a gay black author writing about a gay black protagonist, gets taken down by the YA Twitterati.
After a harm reduction advocate slammed a hardy but misleading factoid, users who retweeted his message complained that they had been shadowbanned.
Plus: Author Zadie Smith talking cultural appropriation, and Budweiser versus Big Corn
"Twitter is responding to a targeted harassment campaign against specific individuals-a policy that's long been against the Twitter Rules."
Plus: Kamala Harris officially enters the 2020 race and Google News may leave the E.U.
"We shouldn't have to think about self-censoring what we say online."
Author and sex worker Maggie McNeill was suspended from Twitter Tuesday for a hyperbolic comment about burning the White House down.
D.C. Police Bragged About Busting an 'Illegal Narcotics Pop-Up Operation.' Or As You Might Call It, Some People Selling Weed.
"Must've taken some real investigative prowess to pull this off."
The reporters who made this nontroversy a story should be ashamed of themselves.
Killing Section 230 would only lead web platforms to ban even more speech.
Kelly says the social media site offered no explanation, which would violate its own policies.
What should the culture of free speech, free expression, and ownership look like on our social media platforms?