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So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast takes an uncensored look at the world of free expression through personal stories and candid conversations.
New episodes post every other Thursday.

Feb 29, 2024

On today’s free speech news roundup, we discuss the recent NetChoice oral argument, Taylor Swift, doxxing, October 7 fallout on campus, and Satan in Iowa. 

Joining us on the show are Alex Morey, FIRE director of Campus Rights Advocacy; Aaron Terr, director of Public Advocacy; and Ronnie London, our general counsel.



0:00 Introduction

0:44 NetChoice oral arguments

19:39 Taylor Swift cease and desist letter 

29:20 Publishing unlawfully obtained information 

39:28 Harvard and doxxing 

47:44 Princeton no contact orders 

55:52 Columbia law denies recognition to Law Students Against Antisemitism 

1:02:38 Columbia adopts Kalven Report

1:06:06 Indiana University art exhibit canceled, professor suspended

1:14:55 Satan in Iowa

1:21:59 Outro


Show Notes 

“So to Speak” 2023-24 Supreme Court Preview (contains discussion of NetChoice cases)

Correspondence between Taylor Swift and Jack Sweeney’s attorneys 

Bartnicki v. Vopper (2001)

Princeton no contact order 

Columbia university grants recognition to Law Students Against Antisemitism

IHRA definition of anti-Semitism

List of universities that have adopted the Kalven Report

Indiana University art exhibit story

Indiana University professor suspended for improper reservation 

Iowa Satanism bill

Shurtleff v. Boston (2022)

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