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Recently, it came to light that the Scroll, the student newspaper at BYU-Idaho, had been censored. Read more


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FIRE speech code ratings do not take into account censorship levied against a student or faculty, or other actions taken by a university administration. Read more


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As we head into the homestretch of the academic year at many colleges and universities, FIRE is reaching out to administrators around the country to let them know we are always available to work with them to improve the state of free speech on campus. Through our collaborative efforts over the years, FIRE has helped... Read more Read more


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By David L. Hudson, Jr. The First Amendment may protect profanity directed against another. Then again, such intemperate speech may fall into a narrow, traditionally unprotected category of expression known as “fighting words.” While many assume that cursing at a police officer would result in a disorderly conduct charge, that is not categorically so. Thus,... Read more Read more