This category is for sites about free speech as a human right, as well as sites documenting suppression of that right by governments, and webpages about the controversies on what legal restraints on free speech are necessary.
Links to issues such as censorship, campaign finance reform, commercial speech, and flag desecration.
Article discusses pro baseball player John Rocker's inflammatory racist statements and his right to freedom of expression.
Michael Martin argues that atheistic organizations should generally allow their members to criticize them.
Speech to the Harvard Law School Forum February 16, 1999 on the idea that political correctness is invading our freedom of thought and speech.
Blog covering academic freedom, including free speech, freedom of the college press, and current controversies in higher education.
Documents, photos, and essays on the events of the 1964 movement in Berkeley. With updates and reunions.
Perhaps the most essential right is that of communication. Without the freedom to communicate, other rights deteriorate.
Network of free expression groups that monitors violations worldwide. Issues alerts, publishes a weekly newsletter and hosts a searchable alerts online archive.
Small groups, nonprofits and individuals might get low power FM radio stations.
Nature photographers face a crisis of ethics as digital imaging makes photo fakery easier than ever. Overview in Atlantic Monthly of May, 1998.
Twenty-six Hundred dot com pages on challenges to their free speech on hacking computers.
A long Houston Press story about the administrative coup d'état that closed down 91.7 FM, KTRU Houston, a college radio station.
A nonpartisan, international foundation advocating free press and speech rights for all people. Holds conferences, educational activities, publishing, broadcasting, online services, fellowships, partnerships, research and other programs.
Argues that there is no constitutional right of freedom of speech or of press in America since a person could be defamed, sued or boycotted.
Reports that nine alternative media members were arrested during peaceful protests at the National Association of Broadcaster's convention in San Francisco.
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