free speech

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) encouraged his Twitter followers to switch social media platforms for “free speech,” but was called out for trying to silence a parody Twitter account that mocks him.
The GOP member of Congress raised eyebrows with his rallying cry, given his lawsuit to silence a Twitter parody account that pretends to be his cow.
Twitter imposed a 12-hour lock on @suspendthepres for a tweet "glorifying violence," while Trump's own identical tweet remains online with a disclaimer.
The talk show host riffed on the president and his reaction to Twitter's fact-checking his tweets.
"Basketball questions only," the official said when stars James Harden and Russell Westbrook were asked about free speech.
President Donald Trump went after free speech and the mainstream media during his “Social Media Summit.”
A new documentary chronicles the rise of the Satanic Temple, a modern pseudo-religion fighting to stave off an increasingly evangelical U.S. government.
The lawmaker spearheading HB734, state Rep. Andy Welch (R), recently complained about an interview with a reporter that he felt was unfair.
The One Free Press Coalition will publish a monthly list of 10 journalists whose press freedoms need the "most urgent" attention.