Video shows reporter getting punched outside rally for GOP candidate for Virginia governor
Zachary Petrizzo is a former Daily Dot reporter.
On Oct 20, 2021 by Claire Goforth
Students won’t be disciplined for blackface photo, university says
The university cited the First Amendment in its decision.
On Sep 16, 2019 by Collyn Burke
How a team of YouTubers went to war with a Texas police chief
It's a fight over the freedom to film police.
On Dec 31, 2018 by Sam Bishop
Trump bashes, owns, supports the free press—in 3 tweets
A coordinated statement by newspapers is undercut by the president on Twitter.
On Aug 16, 2018 by David Covucci
‘F**k Trump’ truck owner puts viral sticker up for sale
Practice free speech one commute at a time.
On Nov 22, 2017 by Tess Cagle
Harsh prosecution of Trump inauguration protesters should scare America
These trials risk changing the definition of free speech in America.
On Nov 16, 2017 by Brenden Gallagher
Thousands plan to protest Richard Spencer despite Florida state of emergency
Florida's governor declared a state of emergency ahead of Spencer's speech at the University of Florida.
On Oct 17, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
Court rules that politician who blocked constituent on Facebook violated First Amendment
The case could have implications for Donald Trump.
On Jul 28, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
Tumblr releases information of nearly 300 users who shared revenge porn
Now the victim can take legal action.
On Jul 12, 2017 by Samantha Grasso
Trump sued for blocking Americans on Twitter
The lawsuit alleges Trump violates Americans' constitutional rights by blocking them.
On Jul 11, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
The lawsuit that could kill Encyclopedia Dramatica
The infamous depository of the internet's darkest secrets may have finally met its match.
On Jul 5, 2017 by David Gilmour
Trump could face legal trouble for blocking users on Twitter
The group argues the @realDonaldTrump account is a designated public forum.
On Jun 6, 2017 by Phillip Tracy
Trump’s war on the media is just beginning
President Trump's attacks on the press attack the Constitution itself.
On May 30, 2017 by Nico Lang
U.S. Customs agency withdraws Twitter summons over ‘alternative agency’ account
This was a losing battle, the U.S. government agency soon realized.
On Apr 7, 2017 by Dell Cameron