How Far Does Free Speech Reach?The First Amendment protects employees and customers of a business, and a business itself, from expressing opinions.
Terms Of Employment: What To Know About Free Speech In The WorkplaceEmployees must know that disruptive behaviors are not acceptable, and this includes speech that disrespects or threatens other employees.
First Amendment Activists Protest Restrictions At Boston Free Speech RallyThe New England First Amendment Coalition says the restrictions unreasonably interfered with the right of journalists to cover a story of public interest.
Dual Protests Stoke Tension On The Boston CommonWith loud voices, and in some cases using foul language, hundreds of President Trump supporters held a Freedom of Speech rally on the Boston Common.
College Presidents Defend Importance Of Free SpeechAs debates about race and other social issues flare on campuses, college presidents are increasingly intervening to draw a line when cultural sensitivity conflicts with freedom of speech.
Court To Weigh Law Barring False Statements In CampaignsOn Thursday, the state's highest court will hear arguments about whether the 1946 law violates the First Amendment.
Keller @ Large: Why Don't Supposedly Smart People Get It?Have you ever wondered how it is that people who are supposed to be the smartest among us are sometimes…not?
Massachusetts SJC Rejects Harassment As Free Speech ArgumentHarassing neighbors is not a form of constitutionally protected free speech, the highest court in Massachusetts ruled Tuesday.
Keller @ Large: Try Self-Censorship In 2015Looking for a New Year’s resolution that’s realistic and might save your job one day? Stifle yourself.
Looking At The Law: Dish Network And Sesame StreetWBZ's Neil Chayet talks about a case involving the Dish Network, Sesame Street, and free speech.
Publishing Pedophilia?!I'm curious as to why someone would write a book to help pedophiles and why on earth would a store sell the book?
Judge Grants Injunction Versus New Mass. Obscenity LawA federal judge ruled that a new Massachusetts law aimed at protecting children from online predators, violates the First Amendment.