Harvard law professor sues New York Times over Jeffrey Epstein story

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Law professor Lawrence Lessig says the newspaper defamed him in Epstein story with ‘clickbait’ headline that misrepresented his position on donations.

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Cox Communications Ordered To Pay $1 Billion For Allowing Music Piracy

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In a shock decision, Cox Communications has been ordered to pay $1 billion in damages for allowing its customers to illegally download music. More »

Revenge Porn Questions and Answers (Updated) – Defending People

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Revenge porn laws: The Supreme Court may soon decide whether revenge porn is protected speech – The Washington Post

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Individuals charged under several states’ revenge porn laws are calling the statutes unconstitutional restrictions of free speech. More »

Liberty Gained and Power Lost

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The story of the religious freedom culture war.

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Opinion | The Unlikely Birth of Free Speech – The New York Times

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Writing a century ago this weekend, Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. created our modern understanding of the First Amendment.

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Booker T Suit Over Call of Duty Character Legit, Judge Says

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Professional wrestler Booker T should be allowed to proceed with his copyright lawsuit against Activision over a “Call of Duty” video game character, a federal magistrate judge in Texas said. More »

Media’s legal defeats trouble First Amendment advocates

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Supreme Court Should Rule against Anti-Catholic Blaine Amendments | National Review

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School choice and religious liberty are on the docket. More »

Court strikes down FCC media ownership rules | TheHill

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A federal appeals court struck down an effort by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to relax media ownership rules. More »