Trump’s Blocking Twitter Followers Unconstitutional Says Court

On Wednesday, a federal court for the Southern District of New York held that President Trump violated the First Amendment when he and his Social […]

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National Review Says ALI Oversteps in Areas Other Than Copyright

What is the difference between standing on legal principle and engaging in legal activism? The wry answer, of course, is that the attorney, scholar or […]

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The CASE Act: The Big Value of Small Returns

by Lisa Shaftel & John Schmelzer Shaftel & Schmelzer, Advocates & Consultants for Visual Artists Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced the Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement […]

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Cruz Asks Zuckerberg the Section 230 Question

During Tuesday’s Joint Senate Committee hearing, as Mark Zuckerberg kept promising to take better control over content on Facebook, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) asked the […]

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Wrangling With the Facebook Problem

With Mark Zuckerberg set to testify today on Capitol Hill, and revelations last week that the Cambridge Analytica data breach is now estimated to have […]

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