stories from April 13th, 2018
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Thursday

13:29 Google Fights In EU Court Against Ability Of One Country To Censor The Global Internet (104)

Wednesday

09:00 The First Emojiment: New T-Shirts & More By Techdirt (2)

Friday

10:45 German Court Tells Facebook It Can't Delete Comments, Even Though German Law Says It Must Delete Comments (159)

Thursday

12:17 Judge Roy Moore Sues Sacha Baron Cohen For Ruining His Immaculate Reputation (42)

Wednesday

10:41 A Federal Anti-SLAPP Law Would Make CDA 230 More Effective (100)
11:56 Flordia AG Somehow Pivots To The Danger Of Video Games After The Latest Florida Shooting (81)

Tuesday

10:44 Billionaire Steve Wynn, Who Once Tried To Kill Nevada's Anti-SLAPP Law, Loses Defamation Case Under That Law (23)

Thursday

10:45 Trump's Anti-press Rhetoric Is Dangerous, But His Actions Are Worse (166)

Wednesday

10:46 Court Dismisses Defamation Lawsuit Over Steele Dossier (19)
03:23 Dutch Government Prosecuting Dutch Citizen For Insulting Turkish President Recep Erdogan (49)

Tuesday

12:04 Automated Filter Removed Parliament Member's Article Warning About Censorship By Automated Filters (20)
03:23 EU Commission Moving Forward With Legislation Demanding One Hour Removal Of 'Terrorist Content' (38)

Monday

15:03 As Press Freedom Dies In Turkey, Twitter Is There To Help Dig Its Grave (45)
10:45 Appeals Court Says Of Course Twitter Can Kick Racists Off Its Platform (323)
06:32 Judge In Broward County Documents Case Decides The First Amendment Doesn't Cover These Public Records (46)

Tuesday

10:43 Free Speech Pro-Tip: You Can Yell Fire In A Crowded Theatre (29)
03:23 Broward County School Board Gets Hit With Anti-SLAPP Suit After Trying To Punish Paper For Exposing Its Redaction Failure (18)

Thursday

03:18 School Board Demands Journalists Be Punished For Reporting On The School Board's Redaction Failure (40)

Tuesday

09:05 MPAA: To Save Free Speech, We Must Broadly Censor Free Speech (90)

Wednesday

10:45 Ignorant Hysteria Over 3D Printed Guns Leads To Courts Ignoring The First Amendment (156)

Tuesday

11:57 Court Catches ICE In A Lie As It Tries To Vanish A Mexican Journalist And Immigration Policy Critic (35)

Thursday

09:24 Russian Government Decides To Stamp Out 'Fake News' At Home, Presumably Leaving Export Operations Unaffected (13)

Tuesday

11:59 No Matter What You Think Of Julian Assange, It Would Be Harmful For Press Freedoms For The US To Prosecute For Publishing Leaks (58)
10:43 Texas Judges Continue To Turn Expungement Orders Into 'Right To Be Forgotten' Requests (16)
03:23 UK Judge Says Accurate Journalism Is An Invasion Of Privacy In Cliff Richard Case (46)

Friday

11:51 If You're A Journalist Hiring Lawyers To Intimidate Publishers Into Killing Stories About Your Misdeeds, You're A Hypocrite (35)

Thursday

12:11 Cambodian Government Latest To Stifle Press With 'Fake News' Legislation (2)

Tuesday

03:23 Judge Shrugs At 1st Amendment, Orders News Site To Take Down Info It Got From A Publicly-Available Court Filing [UPDATED] (22)

Monday

15:38 On Speech And Subpoenas, New York Giveth And Taketh (Now, The Bad News On Journalist Protection) (2)
03:23 DOJ Tells Ron Wyden About The Times It Has Collected Journalists' Communications; Leaves Some Facts Out (22)
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