University Students Encouraged To Tattle On “Offensive Speech”

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) reports that more than 230 US colleges and universities are encouraging students to tattle on any comments that they find offensive to campus ‘bias response teams’, which could involve the police.  Anonymous online forums are also used as bait to identify dissenting opinions, which are sent to a large government database.  Ironically, the federal government does not have any laws that specifically protect free speech under the First Amendment. – GEG

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