Supreme Court Asked to Overturn Discipline Against Student Rapper Punished for Whistleblowing on Social Media

December 21, 2015

By Frank LoMonte at Student Press Law Center

Students’ off-campus online speech should receive heightened First Amendment protection and cannot be equated with in-school speech, the Student Press Law Center told the U.S. Supreme Court in a brief filed Monday urging the Court to hear the case of a Mississippi student rapper punished for a profane song posted to YouTube...