Feb 28, 2024
Biden Executive Order Restricting the Flow of Information Online Could Chill Americans’ Ability to Speak, Right to Privacy
Restrictions on the Free Flow of Information Could Limit Americans’ Choices in Selecting Online Services and Impact Researchers and Small Businesses
Feb 28, 2024
Families Urge Supreme Court to Allow Block to Remain on Idaho Ban on Medical Care for Transgender Youth
WASHINGTON – Two transgender youth and their parents have asked the Supreme Court of the United States to reject an application from the state of Idaho for a partial stay against...
Issue Areas: LGBTQ Rights
Court case: Poe v. Labrador
Feb 27, 2024
Seventh Circuit Allows Indiana’s Ban on Care for Transgender Youth to Take Effect
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals today issued a stay that will lift a lower court’s injunction blocking Indiana’s gender-affirming care ban. The law,...
Issue Areas: LGBTQ Rights
Feb 27, 2024
Revised Kids Online Safety Act is an Improvement, but Congress Must Still Address First Amendment Concerns
WASHINGTON – Last week, the authors of the Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA) released a revised version of the bill aimed at addressing prior concerns with government censorship of s...
Feb 26, 2024
ACLU Urges Supreme Court to Uphold Preliminary Injunctions Against Laws that Would Allow the Government to Regulate Editorial Discretion on Social Media
The ACLU argues that private platforms’ decisions about what speech to host, publish, and distribute on the internet are protected by the First Amendment and cannot be mandated by the government.
Issue Areas: Free Speech
Feb 26, 2024
Rights Groups Urge U.S. Trade Representative to Reaffirm Commitment to a Free and Open Internet
Ahead of World Trade Organization annual meeting, ACLU, Freedom House, and partners raise concerns over Biden Administration withdrawing support for reforms needed to protect an equitable, free, and open global internet
Issue Areas: Privacy & Technology
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