We now have added "Informational Posts" which are tidbits of information that may come in handy at some point.


August 2009:

The First Amendment to the United States Constitution prohibits Congress from enacting laws abridging the freedom of speech. However, the text of the Constitution and the First Amendment do not expressly address the issue of anonymous speech rights.

Records from the state ratifying conventions and from the drafters of the Bill of Rights lack any discussion of anonymous expression. Still, anonymous speakers and their works played an immensely important role in the founding era and throughout the Nation’s history.

This article explores the interplay between the right to speak anonymously and the freedom of speech on the Internet. It argues that the First Amendment protects the right of individuals to speak anonymously online. ..Source.. by Miguel E. Larios, The John Marshall Law School

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