Filed Under: “Censorship”

Librarians fighting back against right-wing efforts to censor LGBTQ books

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‘A parent has the right to determine what is best for their child, not what is best for every child’


Florida school board member files police report over library book as right’s censorship efforts expand

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Extremist officials in multiple localities across the country are racing to ban content from LGBT and racial minority authors in school libraries


Trump is gone but governmental attacks on press freedom are continuing

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Progressives and Democrats must remember that freedom of speech is vital to democracy, no matter who is in power


Trump’s lawsuits against Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube aren’t about winning in court

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No court is going to rule in the ex-president’s favor, his lawsuits are more to keep his supporters riled up


Removing Section 230 protections will make the internet a lot worse, here’s how

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As bad as fake news and hate are on the internet, they would be much worse without Section 230


The Department of Justice sued an imaginary cow, but it’s no laughing matter

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Conspiracy-promoting congressman Devin Nunes appears to have enlisted the federal government to help him discover the identities of people ridiculing him on the internet


Publishers or platforms? It doesn’t matter, social media companies aren’t getting special treatment

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Contrary to obfuscating politicians, the much-discussed but little-understood Section 230 makes no distinction between publishers and and platforms.


 

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