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Woodhull Joins Allies in Moody v. NetCoice Amicus Brief

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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Woodhull Celebrates Banned Books Week

In celebration of Banned Books Week, the Woodhull Freedom Foundation is proud to announce an exciting collaboration with NYC Book Hoes to bring together a panel of distinguished guest speakers for an exciting, relevant conversation about intellectual freedom, freedom of…

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DC Circuit Upholds FOSTA

The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia upheld FOSTA (Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act) in a decision released today. Although the Court did not issue the constitutional ruling we sought, it held that the law must be interpreted…

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Statement on Lindke v. Freed Amicus Brief

Can government agencies and officials block people on social media whose views they don’t like? Woodhull Freedom Foundation says No! Joining Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University in a brief filed June 30th, Woodhull…

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Woodhull Testimony Tells it Like it is

Woodhull is pleased to announce that Maryland repealed the Unnatural or Perverted Sexual Practice Act (HBO131 and SB0054). This repeal is a victory for the human right to sexual freedom, and we applaud their actions. We submitted testimony in February,…

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Woodhull Participates in Day of Action in Albany, NY

Albany, NY - April 26, 2023. Woodhull Freedom Foundation joined allies from fifteen organizations for Immunity NY’s Day of Action Against Gender-Based Violence yesterday. Supporting S4266A/A5288A, a bill that would establish a task force on missing women who are black, indigenous, and…

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