Tagged With First Amendment

35 years ago the Senate held hearings on rock lyrics. It was a First Amendment showdown for the ages.


Trump got hit with another lawsuit over his executive order targeting social media companies — this time from voting rights groups who say he's suppressing accurate election info


Trump's attempt to ban TikTok and WeChat could face legal trouble for infringing on free speech, according to a First Amendment expert



The ACLU is fighting to get Michael Cohen out of prison, saying the Justice Department went after him for writing a book about Trump


Immigration judges are suing the Trump administration over a gag rule, saying it violates their right to free speech


Trump's executive order cracking down on 'online censorship' has nothing to do with free speech



Trump said he wanted to shut down Twitter moments after signing an executive order emphasising his 'commitment to free and open debate on the internet'


The Trump campaign tried to get a satirical cartoon of the president removed from the shopping site Redbubble


Legal and tech policy experts say Trump's draft executive order cracking down on social-media companies is dead on arrival


Banning Trump from Twitter would be a disservice to the public


'The governor is a servant of the state. I am a servant of God': 3 pastors defend why they're leading the charge to reopen churches


The hypocrisy of the anti-lockdown protests



Forget Twitter, the Trump campaign's frivolous lawsuits are next-level threats to the First Amendment


YouTube isn't bound by the First Amendment and is free to censor PragerU videos, a court ruled


A startup that scraped billions of photos from Facebook and Google to create a facial-recognition database was just sent a cease-and-desist by Google and YouTube


Comedian Adam Carolla's new documentary accidentally reveals that a lot of conservative 'free-speech warriors' are just free-speech tourists



Student journalists at Northwestern set off an online uproar after they apologised for basic reporting practices


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez hasn't stopped blocking critics on Twitter despite settling a lawsuit charging she violated the First Amendment


Facebook refuses to fact-check political ads, and it's infuriating employees and lawmakers. Here's why the issue continues to dog the company.


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez apologizes for blocking a critic on Twitter and settles a lawsuit charging that she violated the First Amendment