A new FIRE report finds that 77% of public colleges and universities use a blacklist of secret words to censor comments on their Facebook pages. What’s more, 87% of them block particular users on Facebook or Twitter.
How do these blacklists work? How were they discovered? And do they violate the First Amendment?
On today’s episode of So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast, we are joined by the director of FIRE’s Individual Rights Defense Program, Adam Steinbaugh. He is the author of “No Comment: Public Universities’ Social Media Use and the First Amendment.”
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