This College Banned Students From Even Discussing Facial Recognition
After the ACLU said a community college in Michigan was violating its students’ First Amendment rights, the school partially relented.
Big Telecom Say It Has First Amendment Right to Sell Your Private Data
ISPs say that a law requiring users to opt-in to having their location and financial data sold is a 'burdensome restriction' on their 'protected speech.'
Freedom of Religion Doesn't Exist If People Are Afraid to Wear Symbols of Their Faith
A third of Jews in the U.S. have “avoided publicly wearing, carrying, or displaying things that might help people identify” them as Jewish, according to a new poll. What kind of freedom is that?
Trump Can’t Block People He Doesn't Like on Twitter, Appeals Court Says
A federal appeals court has upheld an earlier ruling that President Trump cannot silence people on Twitter without violating the First Amendment.