Pamela Anderson Redeclares Her Love for Julian Assange After Visiting Him in Prison
“I love him,” she told reporters. “I can’t imagine what he’s been going through.”
Founder of Voat, the ‘Censorship-Free’ Reddit, Begs Users to Stop Making Death Threats
Voat founder Justin Chastain said that a “US agency” had contacted the platform, allegedly over threats on the website.
#YachtCocaineProstitutes is trending all because of Devin Nunes
Nunes is suing the McClatchy Company, which owns 29 newspapers, for its reporting on an allegedly drug- and sex-filled party on a boat owned by a Napa Valley-based winery.
Users of far-right social network Gab can now comment on the entire internet
Founder Andrew Torba said the new service was necessary because of “rampant corporate censorship of ordinary internet users.”
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Vermont man takes revenge on town board with a 700-pound statue of a middle finger
“We wanted to show our appreciation,” he explained.
Twitter Is Sorry 'Kill All Jews' Was a Trending Topic
The hateful phrase was trending in New York after a synagogue was vandalized with graffiti ahead of an event featuring Broad City actress Ilana Glazer.
Portland wants to curb the First Amendment to stop Proud Boys from brawling with antifa
The Democratic mayor seeks to rein things in before they get any worse
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Facebook's Struggle to Moderate Two Billion People
The company has been criticized for allowing hate speech to proliferate, but it says it's doing everything it can to stop it.
Facebook Is Using Bad Free Speech Arguments to Defend InfoWars
In a series of tweets, Facebook told reporters that conspiracy theories are a matter of free speech.
Uganda's social media tax sounds a lot like stifling free expression
"Another clumsy attempt to stamp on free speech.”
EXCLUSIVE: We got access to a crisis pregnancy center at the heart of a Supreme Court case
It's reproductive rights versus free speech in the latest Supreme Court showdown
'Rick and Morty' Incest Porn Is Tearing the Show's Fans Apart
RickMorty shippers are testing the boundaries of the First Amendment.