Rep. Lamar Smith is, in many ways, responsible for the internet's political awakening.
On Nov 2, 2017 by Andrew Couts
Get your voice heard.
On Dec 9, 2016 by Andrew Couts
Even Bernie Sanders had a harsh burn.
On Dec 1, 2016 by Andrew Couts
Pop quiz: Do spammy Twitter bots have free speech rights?
On Nov 11, 2014 by Dell Cameron
The two named members of the board have connections to the ISPs themselves and the legislators behind SOPA and PIPA.
On Feb 10, 2014 by Dell Cameron
The chair of the House Judiciary Committee has announced a "comprehensive review" of how the U.S. will treat copyright in the modern Internet age.
On Apr 25, 2013 by Kevin Collier
Despite being the public enemy No. 1 online, SOPA author Lamar Smith easily won his reelection.
On Jan 18, 2013 by Adam Schragin
A relatively unknown Democrat is campaigning in part on Internet freedom in attempt to counter Republican Lamar Smith.
On Nov 5, 2012 by Kevin Collier
Reddit's grassroots political action committee raised more than $35,000 to unseat Smith, but that was no match for the Texas Republican.
On May 30, 2012 by Kevin Collier
The online political action committee is going multiplatform with TV and direct mail campaigns.
On May 23, 2012 by Kevin Collier
Reddit's homegrown political action committee will use the funds to run attack ads against Texas Representative Lamar Smith.
On May 7, 2012 by Kevin Collier
Much like Reddit's TestPAC, the Alliance for Internet Freedom hopes to boot Lamar Smith from office come May 29.
On Apr 13, 2012 by Kevin Morris