Canada: Dr. Jordan Peterson is in the fight of his life over political correctness, risking his career to stop the government from forcing citizens to use politically-motivated speech via hate speech laws. He explains how the death of free speech kills negotiation, which is the alternative to war. He blames the postmodernists who are waging an all-out assault on the West.
But the University of Michigan's thought police have taken this absurdity to a new level, actually instructing the student body on exact phrases they can and cannot utter, at least while on campus.
Many protestors have adopted a slogan, "Black lives matter," in recent days, again to shine a light on the fact that the deceased suspects in both of these cases were African American.
Judges rule that excerpts from scientific/medical journal articles can be used in advertising and promotional materials, protected by the First Amendment and New York state law. A three-judge panel of the Second US Circuit Court of Appeals in New York has ruled unanimously that researchers cannot be sued for stating the scientific conclusions made in journal articles about matters of scientific debate.
For more than a year now, EFF has encouraged mainstream press publications like the New York Times to aggressively defend WikiLeaks’ First Amendment right to publish classified information in the public interest and denounce the ongoing grand jury investigating WikiLeaks as a threat to press freedom.