Is Teaching Junk Science Protected BY Academic Freedom?
charge that teaching creationism at a state university violates the Establishment Clause raises questions about both academic freedom and church-state separation.
FCC Proposes Easing Up on Censorship of "Indecency"
After years of
controversy and litigation, the agency seems poised to abandon its rule on "fleeting expletives" and return to square one.
Charging Anti-Semitism to Squelch Dissent
Like calling someone a communist in the 1950s, calling anti-Israel protesters anti-Semites today is sometimes a way of silencing dissent.
Trading Academic Freedom for Foreign Markets
Yale-Singapore and other global campuses compromise free speech in exchange for the benefits of locating colleges in authoritarian lands.
Battles Over Internet Filtering
Library patrons have been successful in challenging the blocking of GLBT information and sites about nonmainstream religions.