First Issue of the Journal of Free Speech Law
Welcome, everyone, to our electronic distribution list! You can find the first issue of the Journal of Free Speech Law at http://JournalOfFreeSpeechLaw.org, with 14 articles, including by Profs. Jack Balkin (Yale), Mark Lemley (Stanford), and Christopher Yoo (Penn), as well as Prof. Nadine Strossen, former President of the ACLU. Or you can follow the links below:
Eugene Volokh, Robe and Gown: Why Faculty- and Judge-Edited?
Jordan Wallace-Wolf, Think Again: The Thought Crime Doctrine and the Limits of Criminal Law
Nadine Strossen, The Interdependence of Racial Justice and Free Speech for Racists
Symposium: Free Speech and Social Media Platform Regulation
Jack M. Balkin, How to Regulate (and Not Regulate) Social Media
Ashutosh Bhagwat, Do Platforms Have Editorial Rights?
Adam Candeub, Reading Section 230 as Written
Adam Candeub & Eugene Volokh, Interpreting 47 U.S.C. § 230(c)(2)
Eric Goldman & Jess Miers, Online Account Terminations/Content Removals and the Benefits of Internet Services Enforcing Their House Rules
Daphne Keller, Amplification and Its Discontents: Why Regulating the Reach of Online Content Is Hard
Kyle Langvardt, Can the First Amendment Scale?
Mark A. Lemley, The Contradictions of Platform Regulation
Alan Z. Rozenshtein, Silicon Valley’s Speech: Technology Giants and the Deregulatory First Amendment
Eugene Volokh, Treating Social Media Platforms Like Common Carriers?
Christopher S. Yoo, The First Amendment, Common Carriers, and Public Accommodations: Net Neutrality, Digital Platforms, and Privacy
Eugene Volokh, Editor-in-Chief
Jack Balkin's social regulation paper falls into the "Nirvana Fallacy" trap; Balkin also pulls off a classic bait-and-switch: https://priorprobability.com/2021/09/10/jack-balkins-bait-and-switch/ and https://priorprobability.com/2021/09/11/balkins-big-blind-spot/