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Free Speech

Net Neutrality

With Net Neutrality Repealed ISPs Now Have the Censoring Power of an Authoritarian Government

Americans, traditionally fearful of an over-powerful government, are underestimating the dangers of over-powerful corporations.

Craiglist Blocks Personal Ads to Protest Anti Sex-Trafficking Law

It wants to bring them back 'some day,' but can't under the current legal regime.

How to Prevent Presidential Debates From Becoming Disruptive Workplace Debates

With some guidelines in place, there's nothing wrong with healthy political conversations.

Can Twitter Censor Terrorists and Trolls Without Silencing Free Speech?

Social media, once a bastion of open discourse, is under mounting pressure to define and remove "hate'' speech.

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