A new ruling prohibits President Donald Trump from blocking users on Twitter ever again. Doing so is a constitutional violation, according to a federal judge.
Internet May 24, 2018
Amazon continues to resist requests to turn over Echo voice recordings to help a murder investigation. The company has now filed a motion arguing that the responses of Alexa, the voice assistant powering the Amazon Echo, should be protected by First Amendment rights.
Business Tech February 23, 2017
The FBI has been putting great efforts into forcing Apple to weaken its software encryption and help hack into the iPhone of a San Bernardino suspected shooter. Apple is vehemently opposing and reportedly plans to argue First Amendment rights in court to counter the government's requests.
Legal February 24, 2016
A federal court ruled that the FDA could not prohibit Amarin Corp. from marketing its Vascepa drug for off-label use. The court says that doing so would be a violation of free speech.
Life August 9, 2015
When you keep on poking and prodding a giant, the giant is eventually going to notice and strike back. Google has filed a lawsuit against Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood for allegedly colluding with the MPAA to bring Google down.
Internet December 21, 2014
Sony hackers have opened Pandora's box. The first relationship to fall victim to the chaos is the one between Google and Hollywood.
Internet December 19, 2014
Sony’s demands for media outlets to stop publishing information about its stolen data may have seemed futile at first, but the first signs of victory over freedom of speech are showing themselves.
Internet December 19, 2014
Sony Pictures demand media companies to stop publishing information about leaked internal files as hackers threaten the studio with an ominous “Christmas gift.”
Business December 16, 2014
The U.S. Supreme Court prepares to hear a case that will reveal its stand on threats that are made online. While some people insists that it should be treated as a crime, there are those who believe otherwise.
Society December 1, 2014
After extinguishing a lawsuit, Google starts to place stakes on websites that cater to mobile devices. Google's new "Mobile Friendly" tags could play into the search engine's website rankings.
Internet November 19, 2014
The New Hampshire ACLU filed a lawsuit against the state of New Hampshire to change the law that bans ballot selfies. The state's updated law is being challenged on the grounds it prevents political speech and violates the First Amendment.
Internet Culture November 4, 2014
Twitter sues the U.S. government over restricting the company's ability to disclose in public the government’s national security requests for user data. Such restriction violates the company’s First Amendment rights, it says.
Legal October 9, 2014
A U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against the position of Google with regard to the controversial movie "Innocence of Muslims."
Legal March 4, 2014