Yet the order (narrowed on appeal to 50 feet, but still unconstitutional) seems to have been based on pretty normal -- if acrimonious -- local political debate. We're asking the Ohio Supreme Court to review the decision upholding it.
Accusations against author Junot Diaz are pouring in, but not all allegations are equal.
The N.Y. Senate just unanimously passed a bill that would do that.
That's what D.C. stalking law, as interpreted by D.C. courts, calls for.
The councilman was Trayon “Rothschilds Control the Weather” White (or, if you prefer, Trayon “Nazi Stormtrooper Protectors” White).
A First Amendment violation, I think, notwithstanding the court's concern about the anonymous Tweeter’s privacy.
One activist is ordered "not [to] post photographs videos, or information about [the other] to any internet site."
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.
Therapies that slow and even reverse aging will be a tremendous boon for both women and men.
Because "there is a First Amendment right to videotape police officers while they are conducting their official duties in public," that right applies even over the objections of the people being arrested by the officers.
The Southern Poverty Law Center scam.
Richard Rynearson's online criticisms of Clarence Moriwaki, the court held, were protected by the First Amendment, and thus couldn't justify an antistalking order.
The government's theory would equally criminalize insulting posts on a NRA page, or on a pro-Trump organization's page, or on a Communist Party page.
The New Jersey Supreme Court narrowly construes a ban on annoying conduct to avoid First Amendment problems.
No, says the New Jersey Supreme Court in an opinion that sharply limits the state criminal harassment statute.
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.