by Jessica Goldstein Aug 7, 2014
Do rhymes = crimes? Talking to an ACLU lawyer to find out.
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 2, 2014
A waitress gets fired for venting about bad tippers on Facebook.
by Lauren C. Williams Jun 19, 2014
The Supreme Court will decide whether online rantings are just that or have more serious implications.
by Lauren C. Williams May 21, 2014
Employees at the University of Kansas can now be fired or suspended for tweeting statements that hurt the school's reputation.
by Lauren C. Williams Apr 24, 2014
Police raided a 28-year old's house over a parody Twitter account, raising questions about how law enforcement navigate online speech.
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 21, 2014
Shutting down Twitter in Turkey has only emboldened citizens, proving that government censorship is becoming largely obsolete as way to control political protest.
by Zack Ford Dec 19, 2013
Many conservatives argue that because Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson has been argued for his racist and anti-gay comments, his free speech is under attack, but there's no evidence to support that claim.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Nov 19, 2013
Alec Baldwin may want to outlaw the paparazzi, but laws to eliminate irritants to celebrities can't erase their worst impulses.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Jul 2, 2013
by Kumar Ramanathan - Guest Contributor Jun 4, 2013