Web filters block students from reading the news

Schools are already censoring journalism. If Congress has its way, social media will too

Is it time to revisit undercover journalism?

The landmark Food Lion case largely put a stop to undercover journalism. Now the court admits it got it wrong

Censoring the news won’t keep kids safe

The Kids Online Safety Act will encourage platforms to remove news content, and that’s bad for everyone — including children.

The hidden press implications of the Supreme Court’s social media cases

Two new cases about the First Amendment rights of social media platforms to moderate content could have big consequences for journalists and the news media

Deferred prosecution agreements silence and extort journalists

Authorities chill press freedom when they condition dropping baseless charges on journalists agreeing to behave and paying fines

Judge gets it wrong in censoring the Post-Dispatch

An unconstitutional order once again extends a prior restraint on newspaper

‘Cop City’ indictment threatens press freedom

Reckless charges cite everything from publishing zines to holding press conferences as components of protesters' purported conspiracy

Financial censorship harms press freedom

GoFundMe blocked a publisher and won’t say why. Payment processors should be transparent about decisions to freeze or ban accounts

Dozens of civil society groups oppose congressional censorship law

Dozens of civil society and press freedom organizations have opposed a new proposal that would allow members of Congress to compel online censorship of certain information

Don’t give Congress a censor’s pen

A new proposal would harm journalism by empowering Congress to require removal of information about lawmakers from the internet