Schools don't get to censor nondisruptive off-campus speech.
The country's favorite blue-collar champion calls attention to the 'skills gap' and asks why young men spend so much time online.
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One thing is clear about Missouri v. Biden: The decision cannot be understood by viewing it through a polarized lens.
Some Critics of the Ruling Against Biden's Censorship by Proxy Have a Beef With the 1st Amendment Itself
"Disinformation" researchers alarmed by the injunction against government meddling with social media content admire legal regimes that allow broad speech restrictions.
Critics of the Ruling Against Biden's Anti-'Misinformation' Crusade See No Threat to Freedom of Speech
The response to the decision illustrates the alarming erosion of bipartisan support for the First Amendment.
The new energy drink has about as much caffeine as a large Starbucks coffee.
Unfortunately, there is reason to doubt that the judge's decision will meaningfully constrain the feds.
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If you can't force a web designer to serve a gay wedding, can you force a web platform to serve a politician?
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The New York Times tries to blame social media for conspiracy theories that have been around for decades. Don't fall for it.
But don't expect taxpayers to rescue adventurers when they fail, either.
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New mandates in states like Utah and Virginia will lock in large incumbents like PornHub while discouraging positive trends and self-regulation in the industry.
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Online platforms should resist binding us all to the rules of censorship-happy jurisdictions.
"We find that while removing this content does curb some misinformation, it could also have the unintended effect of curtailing political speech."
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Whether the putative target is the "biomedical security state," wokeness, "Big Tech censors," or Chinese Communists, the presidential candidate’s grandstanding poses a clear threat to individual rights.
The few good studies on teen depression and social media undercut attempts to establish causal connections between the two.
The record penalty seems to be based less on the Facebook parent company's lax data practices than the U.S. intelligence community's data-collection programs.
Expect the very foundations of the internet to come under attack from politicians and the mainstream media.
A new report calls for policy makers to take action when none is required.
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Author Kaitlyn Tiffany offers a history of fandoms.
The narrow rulings concluded the platforms aren’t responsible for bad people using their communication services.
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Anger about social media censorship should be directed at repressive governments, not the companies they threaten.
The amount of knowledge that's freely available on the internet is staggering. Politicians shouldn't try to restrict that.
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The controversial host launches his effort at a promising moment for dissident voices.
Her viral video received 4 million views—and the police's attention.
Not only is that claim factually incorrect, but it's also wrong to be so pessimistic about young people's economic future.
From Russiagate to COVID discourse, elites in government and the media are trying to control and centralize free speech and open inquiry.
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Requiring users to verify their age to use social media will degrade their privacy and cybersecurity.