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Brief of Amici Curiae Chamber of Progress, Consumer Technology Association, First Amendment Coalition, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, IP Justice, LGBT Tech, The Trevor Project, and Woodhull Freedom Foundation in support of Plaintiff-Appellee Netchoice, LLC

Woodhull Freedom Foundation joined the Chamber of Progress and six other organizations in an Amicus Brief challenging California’s Age-Appropriate Design-Code Act (CAADCA), which was initially passed in September 2022. The stated goal of the law is to protect minors' online…

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Brief Of Amici Curiae Electronic Frontier Foundation, National Coalition Against Censorship, Woodhull Freedom Foundation, Authors Alliance, Fight For The Future, And First Amendment Coalition In Support Of Petitioners in Moody v. NetChoice

Woodhull Freedom Foundation joined the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and four other organizations to urge the Supreme Court to strike down laws in Florida and Texas that let the states dictate certain speech social media sites must carry, violating the sites’ First Amendment…

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Brief of Amici Curiae Electronic Frontier Foundation, Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University & Woodhull Freedom Foundation in Support of Petitioner in Lindke v. Freed

The following originally appeared on Electronic Frontier Foundation's website: "Woodhull Freedom Foundation, EFF, and Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University asked the court in a brief filed on June 30th to protect the First Amendment rights of people to access…

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NetChoice v. Texas

Woodhull, joined by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT), the National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC), the R Street Institute, and the Wikimedia Foundation, filed an Amicus Brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to halt…

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Thomas E. Dobbs, M.D., M.P.H., in his Official Capacity as State Health Officer of Mississippi Department of Health, et al., Petitioners v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, et al.

Introduction and Summary of Argument People rely on this Court’s decisions. They rely on the stability of the law, as this Court rarely retrenches on past precedent regarding fundamental rights and equality. Respondents ably demonstrate that bedrock principles of stare…

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