Free speech jurisprudence is complicated, and rarely are there easy answers in this space. But social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter present especially difficult challenges. They have unquestionably cemented themselves as the primary modes of communication in the modern era; they have become
On February 26, a California district court judge ruled that the Trump administration cannot revoke DACA recipients’ work authorization without giving recipients a chance to contest the decision. The Trump administration originally planned to end DACA on March 5, 2018. News outlets reported the ruling
In the wake of sexual assault scandals and falling poll numbers, Donald Trump has increasingly suggested that voter fraud (and not his awful personality) may lose him the election this November. Last week, Trump told a crowd of Wisconsin supporters: “They even want to try
A Coherent Middle Ground in the Apple-FBI All Writs Act Dispute?
LawFare tackles the Apple-FBI controversy and tries to spell out “a moderate position on the scope of the All Writs Act” in light of the dueling orders from Judge Pym (CDCA) and Judge Orenstein (EDNY).