Free Speech Futures
Sara Wong

Free Speech Futures

An essay series reimagining the First Amendment in the digital age

The Knight Institute’s second essay series asked contributing authors to envision new approaches to First Amendment doctrine and to online content moderation. The eight essays in the series consider the future of free speech along two dimensions. The first set proposes new interpretations and applications of the First Amendment by courts to meet Twenty-first century pressures and challenges. The second offers new strategies and technologies to improve the quality and health of the online speech environment. 

The Free Speech Futures essay series is edited by Jamal Greene, Dwight Professor of Law at Columbia Law School and the Knight Institute's second Senior Visiting Research Scholar.

Essays and Scholarship