Government Social Media Article Published In The New York Law Journal

Mark Cuthbertson and Matthew DeLuca have co-authored a law journal article on the cutting edge issue of the First Amendment and Internet, with a particular focus on the free speech implications of government social media pages. This article was published in both the online and March 12, 2018 print editions of the New York Law Journal.

A pdf copy of the article will be made available for download on the Firm's website shortly after publication.  For now, the article can be read here.

Announcing Our New Blog On The Internet And First Amendment

The Law Offices of Mark A. Cuthbertson are pleased to unveil our new blog on the intersection of the Internet and the First Amendment.  The blog's early posts aim to provide background for this emerging area of law, particularly last year's U.S. Supreme Court decision in Packingham v. North Carolina. The blog will also have an extensive discussion of the First Amendment implications of removing comments or blocking users from government social media pages, as this has been the subject of numerous lawsuits since Packingham and a subsequent federal case in Virginia. 

If you would like to suggest additional topics, cases, or news items relating to the Internet and First Amendment, please use the contact form on the right. We hope you find this blog both informative and entertaining.

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