In recent days, Facebook, Apple, YouTube and Spotify have removed material published by Alex Jones, reflecting a more aggressive enforcement of hate speech policies in the wake of social media protests.
The tech giant is violating its own anti-hate speech policies, researchers say, with merchandise like swastika necklaces and “hangman’s noose lynching” decals.
After privately assuring senators that Facebook will do better, CEO Mark Zuckerberg is undergoing a two-day grilling during which he will try to restore trust in the company.
Fighting breaks out during Charlie Kirk's speech at Colorado State University when a masked group chanting Nazi slogans wades into a crowd of demonstrators.
The constitutional law expert and Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer discuss freedom of expression and the history of First Amendment rights.
The Intercept journalist points to how restrictions on free speech in Europe have been used against the left.
A rally held by right-wing activists in the Bay Area on Sunday was peaceful, if tense, until black-clad protesters showed up. (Updated)
The killing in Charlottesville, Va., has spurred leaders in Northern California to get ahead of potential problems at upcoming protests.
A trove of internal documents sheds light on the algorithms the site’s censors use to differentiate between hate speech and legitimate expression.
Can free speech be isolated as an absolute value when any practice of freedom is affected by the social and political context of today’s unequal power relations?