On July 12th, NCAC is taking part in the Battle for the Net, which is shaping up to the largest mobilization of internet users ever.
NCAC is one of 28 signatories on a letter sent by the Center for Democracy & Technology to the DHS urging the rejection of a proposal to ask foreign travelers about their social media presence.
NPR has announced it will remove the comments section from its website. But what are the implications for freedom of speech?
Buzzfeed today reported Twitter’s ex-CEO oversaw moderation of President Obama’s and Caitlyn Jenner’s Q & As, prompting questions of selective political bias of the site.
After the death of Philando Castile, Facebook delineated it’s policy on posts containing violence. It should do the same for all content deemed controversial.