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Federal appeals panel rules encryption source code is protected speech
'This is a great day for … all Americans who believe that privacy and intellectual freedom should be free from government control,' says legal director of Ohio ACLU.   04.05.00

High court refuses to hear 5 cases challenging nude-dancing regulations
Court's inaction disappointing but not surprising in light of City of Erie v. Pap's A.M. decision, says First Amendment attorney.   04.04.00

Federal court reinstates former jail employees' civil rights claim
Judges find that plaintiffs established sufficient evidence to show custom of retaliation against officers who break code of silence regarding inmate mistreatment.   04.03.00

Florida lawmakers consider bills allowing police to sue over false complaints
Lobbyist for Florida ACLU says measures could chill citizen speech on police misconduct.   03.31.00

Missouri appeals court backs county's restrictions on adult businesses
Attorney for adult novelty shop says he will take the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court if necessary.   03.29.00

Utah appeals court strikes down telephone-harassment law
Judges rule that statute could 'prohibit a potentially huge universe of otherwise legitimate telephone calls.'   03.28.00

Florida appeals court upholds city's zoning rules for adult businesses
Judges determine that the North Palm Beach ordinance leaves open reasonable alternative avenues of communication.   03.27.00

Publishers, inmates claim Colorado prisons engage in censorship
Magazines such as Rolling Stone and Blaze have been unconstitutionally barred, lawsuit alleges.   03.24.00

Federal appeals panel reinstates whistle-blowing officer's lawsuit
Decision 'absolutely affirms the First Amendment rights of police officers to speak out against police abuse,' says attorney for fired officer.   03.23.00

Federal appeals panel reinstates abortion foe's free-speech case
Judges find lower court improperly submitted questions of law to the jury.   03.22.00



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