Ted Boutrous, one of the most famous First Amendment lawyers in the U.S., is also the lead attorney for Chevron in lawsuits that accuse the oil giant of spreading misinformation about climate change.
Free speech advocates fear the public space for voicing dissent is shrinking in the Southeast Asian nation.
After the company took down several posts on Instagram that included the popular protest chant against Iran’s ruler, the company made a temporary exception to its own policies.
The 322-page file contains a litany of events from John DeLorean’s cocaine bust to an alleged effort by Flynt to blow himself up in front of the Supreme Court.
“Oh, we have our president here—our real president, everyone,” Mike Lindell said before the caller began to recite a volley of curse words.
"It just feels like a massive cover-up for the fact that the government has treated us appallingly during the pandemic."
Pablo Hasél had taken refuge in a university building to avoid a nine-month sentence on charges of glorifying terrorism and insulting the Spanish royalty in his music and tweets.
We’re in the midst of a pandemic, schools are closed and campuses are empty due to COVID lockdowns, but the UK government wants to focus on free speech in higher education.
The DMV is reassessing its guidelines, and an assemblywoman has been removed from the state's Human Rights Commission.
Twitter and Facebook should stop treating the US as exceptional.
It comes after Donald Trump was permanently banned from Twitter and suspended from other platforms.
The Attorney General of India has given consent to initiate contempt proceedings against the creator of webcomic ‘Sanitary Panels’.