The Tesla CEO, who once called himself a "free speech absolutist," is being slammed on social media for contributing to the Chinese censors' publication.
Activist groups, like the one I work for called Kreni-Promeni, are seeking to expose Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić.
If the totalitarian forces at work in our society can do this to a tenured professor of law at an Ivy League university, they can do it to anyone.
New whistleblower documents demonstrate the danger posed by the "paused"—but by no means shuttered—Disinformation Governance Board.
"Relieved, excited, free!" the distinguished constitutional law scholar Ilya Shapiro told me when I asked him how he felt after resigning from Georgetown University's Center for the Constitution.
Free speech makes free people. We must not give up the fight to preserve it.
The ACLU has in recent years drifted away from its moorings as the nation's premiere defender of the First Amendment, struggling instead to balance its commitment to free expression with progressive stances on behalf of racial and sexual minorities.
Some have hailed Shapiro's apparent triumph over cancel culture, but the outcome is, as he describes it, at best a "technical victory."
Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos said Saturday that the company produces content for "a lot of diverse people who have different opinions and different tastes."
Regardless of the legal outcome, Professor Katz can take comfort in Princeton's grotesque myopia.
Social media companies targeting those who spread falsehoods with suspension is perfectly within their right as a private company.
GOP lawmakers are quick to attack China, but the billionaire Tesla CEO has called the nation the "future," saying he loves the country.
If you worked really hard, you might be able to come up with an idea as unappealing as a government disinformation board.
The mounting hysteria over a purported plague of "book banning" stems in part from the common confusion between government sponsorship and government censorship.
Across the country, since 2014 there have been more than 700 civil rights lawsuits over investigations of supposed "discriminatory harassment."
In a 9-0 decision, the Court decided the city of Boston violated the group's First Amendment right to free speech.
The MyPillow CEO was banned from the platform last year after he repeatedly promoted baseless claims that the 2020 election results were fraudulent.
The freedom to speak freely means the freedom to be wrong and to offend others.
"Suspending the Twitter account of a major news organization for publishing a truthful story was obviously incredibly inappropriate," Musk tweeted.
Some have speculated that the former president's Twitter account could be reinstated after Elon Musk purchased the platform for about $44 billion.
The only real winner here, rather ironically, is Democrats.
Elon Musk's $44 billion deal to buy Twitter will make likely have an wide ranging impact on the social media platform.
"Before today, you didn't have a right to express your disagreement in public," Carlson said while celebrating Elon Musk's Twitter takeover.
"Allow all factually true and legal content to be posted [and restore] the accounts of all duly elected government officials," said GOP Congressman Jim Banks.
Musk has pledged to transform Twitter into a "platform for free speech around the globe."
Jenna Ellis told Newsweek that Disney has all three elements needed to successfully claim that DeSantis and Florida Republicans violated their constitutional rights.