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EFF and Scholars Tell the Texas Supreme Court: No Second Class Status for the First Amendment Online | Electronic Frontier Foundation

Free speech is equally important whether it’s shouted in a town square or posted to a personal website. The Supreme Court made that clear way back in 1997 in Reno v. ACLU, but it bears repeating as the Internet matures. Ensuring that online speech isn’t relegated to second-class status when it comes to the First Amendment is at the heart of two amicus briefs just submitted on behalf of EFF and the rock star First Amendment scholars Erwin Chemerinsky and Lyrissa Lidsky in a pair of cases currently before the Texas Supreme Court.

via EFF and Scholars Tell the Texas Supreme Court: No Second Class Status for the First Amendment Online | Electronic Frontier Foundation.

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