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The Seattle (Washington) Times reports that it and four other news outlets have been ordered to comply with a subpoena and give the Seattle Police Department unpublished video and photos from a May 30 racial justice protest that turned violent.
7/27/20 10:02 AM
Nashville's taking center stage in a new ad campaign that focuses on the critical need nationwide for Americans to know, and practice, their First Amendment rights to free speech, a free press, peaceable assembly, religion and petitioning the government.
6/25/20 05:05 PM
In response to the recent protests around the country, First Amendment Watch, a project of New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, has created a guide for journalists and citizens advising them of their First Amendment right to record police.
The guide discusses important legal concepts, such as the right to gather information, and the right to record and share, and contains key court decisions affirming the public’s right to record police in the course of their duties.
6/19/20 11:21 AM
Opinion column: It is the role of the press to keep an eye on government, to keep government in check and not the other way around. It is, quite simply, unconstitutional for government to restrict the freedom of the press.
By Jim Zachary, CNHI deputy national editor and editor of the Valdosta (Georgia) Daily Times |
11/19/19 11:28 AM