Tagged With Free Speech

Mark Zuckerberg's nonanswer about his secret dinner with Trump perfectly illustrates why his views about political speech are under fire


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


Mark Zuckerberg hits back at 'The Social Network' screenwriter with his own words: 'America isn't easy'



Facebook's head of news defends the company's decision to include sites like Breitbart in its curated News section: 'I will always stand by their right to express their views'


Martin Luther King's daughter slams Mark Zuckerberg for invoking the civil rights movement and said 'disinformation campaigns' led to MLK's killing


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is trying to build a legacy amid scandals and criticism



A US appeals court has upheld a ruling that bars Trump from blocking people on Twitter because it's discriminatory and unconstitutional


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'