Supreme Court of North Carolina Finds Cyberbullying Law Violates First Amendment - FIRE
In a June 10 opinion, the Supreme Court of North Carolina struck down a state cyberbullying law over constitutional concerns. North Carolina’s General Assembly adopted the sweeping cyberbullying legislation in 2009, amid concerns for the protection of children online. The provision at issue punishes individuals who “post[] or encourage[] others to post on the Internet... Read more