NPR has announced it will remove the comments section from its website. But what are the implications for freedom of speech?
The American Bar Association’s vaguely worded harassment policy has wide-reaching implications on speech limitations of lawyers
A nationally syndicated comic strip was censored because of a harmless reference to ISIS. But why do cartoons so frequently provoke overreactions?
The legislation will prohibit the vetting of articles prior to publication—with the exception of those that are libelous, unwarrantedly invade privacy, violate the law, or incite students to disobey school policies.
The drafted legislation would allow copyright owners to avoid costly federal lawsuits when protecting intellectual property.
Apple has a mysterious, yet evidently strict, approach to controversial content its App store. Does this limit freedom of expression?
President Obama on Thursday codified legislation to bolster the FOIA ensuring government accountability.
The museum alleges Polish artist Olek broke her contract when she implemented the mask, intended to provoke thought about environmental damage.
Minecraft creator Markus “Notch” Persson describes fan pressure on developers to implement more female video games as censorship, but is this fair?
The Chesterfield County Public School summer reading list contained books that were “pornographic” and contained “vile, vile, nasty language,” one mother complained.
Ethan Zuckerman, who founded Global Voices Online, has an excellent talk in which he explains how web 2.0 services (that allow people to socially network, share LOL cats, and organize politically) play a critical role in getting around government censorship. You can read it here, with images he used at the talk. One gem, which […]