The struggle between free speech and speech codes that are intended to prevent harassment and discrimination appears set to leap from college campuses to law offices around the United States.
TIME magazine has written yet another horrible article, this one basically calling for the Internet to be controlled and censored because of too many "trolls."
She hasn't [yet] been elected President, but Hillary already is stomping down on our First Amendment right to free speech.
Canadian comedian Mike Ward was fined a whopping $42,000 by Quebec's Human Rights Tribunal for jokes he made about a disabled boy.
It's just the beginning of the week, and already a major presidential candidate and his staunchest ally in Silicon Valley have shown they have a fundamental misunderstanding of how the First Amendment works.
We all know by now that the tech giants of Silicon Valley are in bed with the government and they're not afraid to censor posts they disagree with from their social media platforms. So what if there was a decentralised, open source, blockchain-base