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The Sydney Morning Herald › Technology › 1 day ago
Consumers probably won't feel the full effects, including a potential right to have personal information erased, for years.
Fox News › Lifestyle › 2 days ago
A Michigan high school student claims her teacher assaulted her last week because she was wearing a pin supporting President Trump, according to Monday reports.
Washington Examiner › 1 week ago
A judge ordered the state of Tennessee to pay a white supremacist group $46,370.30 to cover the legal fees it accrued while suing them over an “unconstitutional security fee.”
Washington Times › 1 week ago
The future of a parade that caused controversy in a Delaware town is uncertain as the mayor says proposed guidelines would be unconstitutional.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Politics › 1 week ago
A university administrator allegedly told organisers the event's room booking was being rescinded because it was the "sort of thing people protest against".
Breitbart › 1 week ago
Norway's Justice Minister Jøran Kallmyr has said Quran-burning should be covered under the nation's commitment to free speech.
ABC News › 2 weeks ago
Poland’s ruling party is suing a law professor of international renown who specializes in freedom of speech and who is a vocal critic of the right-wing party’s policies
Fox News › 3 weeks ago
Nick Umbs is definitely one of the biggest fans of President Trump, and he is showing it vociferously in public. As FOX 5 DC reported, he is behind Adopt a Highway signs in Fairfax County, Virginia, being cared for by the "President Trump Fan Club."
Fox News › 3 weeks ago
A radio host claims he was fired from his Colorado talk show — while he was on air — for criticizing President Trump.
New York Daily News › 0 month ago
A federal judge in Washington has blocked the Trump administration from allowing a small Texas gun-technology company to publish its digital blueprints for 3D-printed firearms online.
The New York Times › 0 month ago
A county board in southern Wisconsin has backed away from a plan to prosecute journalists over their reporting on a water quality study and discipline elected officials for how they handle information about the research.
Axios › Technology › 1 month ago
One of the issues being hotly debated among presidential candidates and political operatives leading up to the 2020 campaign isn't health care, or the economy — it's free speech.Why it matters: Disagreements about how to apply the First Amendment to...
Chicago Tribune › 1 month ago
The Washington Neighbors Group will hold its meeting at 7 p.m. Nov. 19 at the Fifth Ward Community Room at West Aurora Plaza in Aurora.
The New York Times › 1 month ago
Turkey's state-run news agency says lawyers for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have filed a criminal complaint against French magazine Le Point journalists for allegedly insulting him.
Telegraph › 1 month ago
Calling someone a 'bitch' in Massachusetts could lead to a six-month jail term and a hefty fine, under legislation proposed by a Democrat lawmaker in the state this week.
CBS Local › 1 month ago
The Missouri Department of Transportation Northeast District has apologized for editing a photo of a boy who wore a "Trump 2020" shirt and hat to a bridge detonation.
Axios › Technology › 1 month ago
The agenda for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's return to Capitol Hill Wednesday before the House Financial Services committee is largely devoted to Facebook's cryptocurrency project, Libra. Yes, but: Rep. Maxine Waters, the committee's chair, lit into...
Newsweek › 1 month ago
The original photo, showing the boy wearing a 'Trump 2020' shirt and hat, was cropped and edited before being posted online.
HuffPost › Sports › 1 month ago
The young fan's bait-and-switch move at the Lakers-Clippers game was genius as demonstrators had their say amid NBA tensions with China over free speech.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Opinions › 1 month ago
Recent actions by the Australian government and its agencies regarding media freedom resemble those of an authoritarian regime.
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