Freedom of Speech

This page features news and research related to topics on freedom of speech at Columbia University.

The lawsuit says that the use of malicious software to surveil and intimidate journalists threatens press freedom around the world.

President Bollinger, Jelani Cobb, Natalia Herbst, and Zeynep Tufekci joined in the global event.

After last night's 2022 Pulitzer Prize awards dinner, Columbia News reflects on President Lee C.

The Knight First Amendment Institute published for the first time a set of Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) memos pertaining to desegregation policies

Knight First Amendment Institute’s “Lies, Free Speech, and the Law” event featured research from a diverse range of scholars on how to address the

President Lee C. Bollinger announces the next dean of Columbia Journalism School.

Columbia University today announced the 2022 Pulitzer Prizes, awarded on the recommendation of the Pulitzer Prize Board.

Miller, vice president and global enterprise editor at The Associated Press, has been named administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes after a broad sear

This past Tuesday, Global Freedom of Expression awarded prizes for Significant Legal Ruling and Excellence in Legal Services at its 2022 awards cer

Columbia Journalism School announced the 16 winners of the 2022 Alfred I.

The Knight First Amendment Institute proposes legal protection for certain research and news-gathering projects focused on social media platforms.

Anne Applebaum of "The Atlantic" and Gabriel Escobar of "The Philadelphia Inquirer" have been newly elected to the Pulitzer Board.