The move was a clear violation of the student's First and Fourth Amendment rights, the judge ruled.
A Columbus, Miss. firefighter resigned over a controversial Facebook post, and three other first responders were punished for liking it.
The Internet Protection Act aims to end “mean-spirited and baseless political attacks that add nothing to the real debate.”
Despite trolls and all else on the Internet, justice can be had—if you’re willing to fight for it.
It's within your First Amendment rights to leave any Facebook comment you like. Just don't "like" a page and then complain if you get fired.
If you're a student with something to say, 1 for All invites you to express yourself and celebrate the First Amendment for a chance to win a scholarship.