Volokh presents four cyberspace speech controversies that involve an interesting modern body of speech restrictions: hostile environment harassment law. These examples illustrate three things--in most of the controversies, the result should be driven not by the medium, but by the underlying free speech principles; that the Clinton Administration's role in these areas has been comparatively slight; and that each of the controversies shows that there is considerable truth to the much-maligned concept of the slippery slope.
Freedom of Speech, Cyberspace, Harassment Law, and the Clinton Administration,
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