PolRef Speech Code Reform

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Dartmouth took a big step forward for free speech by revising a severely restrictive technology use policy this year, but more work needs to be done. Read more


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MassArt's Technology Acceptable Use Policy is impressively bad due to the sheer number of blatantly unlawful bans it includes. Read more


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FIRE is highlighting a selection of the college and university policies nationwide that most seriously restrict students’ online speech. Read more


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All six Mississippi universities rated in FIRE's Spotlight Database now earn our highest, green light rating for campus speech codes. Read more


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While a lot of attention is paid to headline-grabbing news, state leaders can make a big difference by turning their focus to the prevalence of campus speech codes Read more


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Following complaints that Loyola University Chicago’s media relations policy was too restrictive, Loyola has revised the policy in question. Read more


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Last week, Lafayette College president Alison Byerly spoke about President Donald Trump’s executive order regarding campus free speech. Read more


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FIRE sent letters to 59 public colleges and universities urging them to reform unconstitutional policies or risk opening themselves to lawsuits. Read more


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FIRE frequently encounters speech codes that threaten constitutionally protected speech, but none appear more than overbroad or vague harassment policies. Read more


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Over the past several months, there has been a great deal of media coverage about campus bias-reporting protocols and the threats they present to students’ and faculty members’ freedom of expression. Of course, FIRE has been warning about the problems with these policies for years, and our case archives back up our ongoing concerns regarding... Read more Read more



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