Mar 28, 2023
ACLU Warns of Harm to Free Speech Online if Congress Dismantles Section 230
The ACLU has long supported maintaining Section 230 of the Communications Act to promote freedom of speech and expression.
Issue Areas: Free Speech
Mar 23, 2023
Congressional Efforts to Ban TikTok in the U.S. Remain a Danger to Free Speech
Banning the app would silence the 150 million Americans who use the platform daily.
Issue Areas: Free Speech
Mar 20, 2023
ACLU Warns Classical Charter Schools that Short Hair Rule for Boys Discriminates Against Native American Students
LELAND, N.C. — According to a warning letter issued by the American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of North Carolina, officials at Classical Charter Schools of Leland appeare...
Mar 16, 2023
Florida's "Stop W.O.K.E." Censorship Bill Continues to Be Blocked After Eleventh Circuit Decision
The victory supports challenges to discriminatory classroom censorship efforts nationwide.
Issue Areas: Free Speech
Court case: Pernell v. Lamb
Mar 02, 2023
ACLU Warns Houston School District About Discriminatory Dress Code Enforcement and Mistreatment of Black Student Athlete
HOUSTON — The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Texas issued a warning today to the Spring Branch Independent School District on behalf of a high school student who ...
Mar 01, 2023
ACLU Condemns House Foreign Affairs Committee Vote on TikTok Ban Bill
WASHINGTON — The US House Foreign Affairs Committee voted on Wednesday to advance a bill that would effectively ban TikTok in the US, violating the First Amendment rights of mill...
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