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Archiving the Internet: A Free Speech Issue?

March 22, 2018
By Morgane Richer La Flèche ’20

The prevailing notion that "the Internet is forever" has shaped the way we share our lives online.

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Net Neutrality: What’s at Stake and Why It Matters

January 11, 2018
By Georgia Travers

On December 14, 2017, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to eliminate the robust net neutrality protections put in place by the Obama Administration in 2015.

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ACLU v. NSA: How Greater Transparency Can Reduce the Chilling Effects of Mass Surveillance

December 6, 2017
By Paulina Perlin

In 1981, President Reagan issued Executive Order (E.O.) 12,333, which has since come to serve as a general charter for mass intelligence surveillance.

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When Silence Isn’t Golden: How Gag Orders Can Evade First Amendment Protections

October 24, 2017
By Isabel Farhi

Trials must be conducted at law, rather than in the press, and courts sometimes feel the need to assert control of the outflow of information around judicial matters to preserve the fair trial rights of litigants.

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