Liberty University Sues The New York Times for Defamation Over COVID-19 Story
A prominent Christian university based in Virginia is suing The New York Times and one of its reporters for an article about the university president’s decision to reopen the college during the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Judge Temporarily Blocks Publication of Trump’s Niece’s Book
The decision has been met with push back by press advocacy groups who argue that the book is of "immense public interest" and should proceed without interference.
Two Free Press Groups Try To Block Attempt to Reveal Confidential Source
Two free expression groups, the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press (RCFP) and the Media Legal Defence Initiative, filed […]
Judge Lifts Order On The Los Angeles Times To Alter News Story
The First Amendment has always been seen as providing, at a very minimum, freedom from censorship by the government or by a private party acting through an injunction issued by a judge. The Los Angeles Times will rely on this argument as it fights a court order that required it to take down part of a published piece on Saturday.
Privacy and Press Freedom Argued in Carpenter v. United States
Across the ideological spectrum, Supreme Court Justices appeared to find common ground in that “mass searches of our digital effects […]