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Free Speech

Are Selfies a First Amendment Right?

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The “selfie” has become a defining act of the millennial generation. Our affinity for documenting every waking moment of our entire lives has garnered us the nickname, “the selfie generation.” In fact, selfies have become such an integral part of our American lives, First Amendment advocates in New Hampshire have…

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Should A Private Entity Limit Free Speech?

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By now, most have probably heard about Twitter’s decision to permanently suspend conservative provocateur and activist, Milo Yiannopoulos. Twitter’s decision came after a barrage of online harassment, aimed at Ghostbusters co-star Leslie Jones, resulted in the actress deleting her Twitter account. Twitter believed the harassment to be encouraged by Yiannopoulos,…

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New Legislation Protecting Free Speech on UNC Campuses to be Introduced This Month

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Historically, college students have been staunch supporters of First Amendment rights. However, with politically correct dogma reigning over most institutions of higher education today, students’ views on free speech have been changing. Calls to create “safe spaces” on campus, where free speech would be limited, are being proposed all over…

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