Tagged With Free Speech

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez blocked a conservative news outlet on Twitter, and legal experts say that could be unconstitutional

Until now, live-streamed killings seemed like something we could all agree to be against. But Trump apparently believes there's a bigger social-media problem.

The White House created an online tool for Facebook and Twitter users to report examples of political bias and censorship

President Trump has personally blocked his critics on Twitter and a federal appeals court is deciding if that violates the First Amendment

Trump's executive order defending free speech on college campus is spare on details, and the ceremonial signing felt like a partisan photo op

Donald Trump takes cue from young conservative firebrand Charlie Kirk, signs an executive order for free speech on college campuses

The White House is restoring Jim Acosta's press pass days after a judge ordered it to do so — and CNN is dropping its lawsuit

The Onion is on a crusade against Mark Zuckerberg because it says Facebook is choking its traffic

ABC's decision to fire Roseanne for her racist tweets is admirable. We can't reward vitriolic racism with fame and stardom.

Facebook, YouTube and Twitter execs showed up at Stanford Law School to discuss fake news and hate speech, and their verdict was that people need to stop freaking out

Fresno State did the right thing by not firing a professor who tweeted awful things about Barbara Bush

A Fresno State professor shouldn't lose her job over the awful things she tweeted about Barbara Bush

Apple exec: 'We think free speech is important but we don't think it's everything'

Twitter says it made a mistake defending Trump's anti-Muslim retweets -- but says the videos are still OK

Sessions says free speech on college campuses is 'under attack,' but calls NFL protests 'a big mistake'

With Trump's election and arguments over neo-Nazi websites, the tech industry consensus against internet regulation is crumbling

Thousands of counterprotesters descended on Boston and drowned out a right-wing 'free speech' rally

Tech companies have learned they have a responsibility to weed out extremism

The Google employee who wrote the anti-diversity manifesto was fired -- and it's a good reminder why you should be careful of what you say at work