Free Speech/First Amendment
Frivolous defamation lawsuits undermine the First Amendment.
A big win for First Amendment advocates in
Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky.
Federal Judge Raymond Moore applies strict scrutiny to a system with the power to restrict political speech and finds it unreasonable to outsource that power to anyone and everyone.
A conversation with Eugene Volokh about what's legal to publish and why—plus doxxing, lock picking, source protection, and more.
A day after DOJ joined free speech lawsuit, UM agreed to change policy that said "the most important indication of bias is your own feelings."
"The United States has a significant interest in the vigilant protection of constitutional freedoms in institutions of higher learning."
The First Amendment constrains speech regulation by the government, not by private parties.
Despite its ruling in favor of a Colorado baker, the Court remains hostile to religious exemptions from anti-discrimination laws.
"Slowly, we will continue to crush the Left’s will to resist, as they will crack under pressure."
This 7-2 ruling is more about Colorado's biased enforcement of discrimination law than freedom of expression.
Conservatives want to hold the left to the
The center-right Danish government, whose members defended the Mohammed cartoons, has passed more laws restricting free speech than any government since World War II, says free-speech podcaster Jacob Mchangama.
Our video is awesome. But nothing in the First Amendment says YouTube has to run it.
We offer how-tos, personal stories, and guides for all kinds of activities that can and do happen right at the borders of legally permissible behavior.
The very fact that Robinson got 13 months in jail was also initially illegal to report.
The president and his detractors both bungle scare stories in the outrage-politics contest that passes for our immigration policy debate.
College limits protest, suppressing everybody's free expression.
Vice feature by Michael Moynihan highlights not just disillusioned comics but campus bookers ready to "pull the microphone" from performers who use language deemed intolerant.
The ruling against Donald Trump's blocking of Twitter critics provides guidelines for staying on the right side of the First Amendment.