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A Visual Guide to the Title IX Investigation Process

Infographic: A Visual Guide to the Title IX Investigation Process Whether your a complainant or respondent, you need to know what the Title IX investigation process looks like from start to finish. Whether you are a person...

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Gendered Pronouns and Free Speech Rights

Gendered Pronouns and Free Speech Rights

The right of students at public and private schools to be referred to by their preferred pronouns and have their gender identities respected has been a hotly debated topic in recent years. The matter at the heart of this debate is one of free speech—specifically, how...

How to Remove a News Article from the Internet

How to Remove a News Article from the Internet

Have you ever been the subject of a damaging news article?  Before the internet, when a news article was published, it was circulated and then discarded, available for viewing only in library archives. In the age of the internet, news is now published online in...

Collin’s Law Increases Penalties for Hazing Rituals

Collin’s Law Increases Penalties for Hazing Rituals

On Tuesday, July 6, 2021, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed a bill to increase penalties for those involved in hazing incidents both on and off college campuses. The bill, coined Collin’s Law, is a tribute to 18-year-old Collin Wiant, an Ohio University freshman, who...

Safe Sexting: Is it Possible?

Safe Sexting: Is it Possible?

No. There is no such thing as safe sexting.  If you send an intimate photo or video to another person, or simply store it on your mobile device, you are at risk of having your content published to the internet without your consent.  Even though the stakes for sexting...

6 Ways to Remove Damaging Content From Social Media

6 Ways to Remove Damaging Content From Social Media

Content that is defamatory, damaging, private, infringing, or otherwise unlawful can be removed from social media. There are a variety of tactics, both legal and non-legal, that are effective in securing the removal of harmful content.  In the age of cancel culture,...

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Cheerleader in Free Speech Case

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Cheerleader in Free Speech Case

On April 29, 2021, we wrote about the case of Brandi levy, who sued her high school after being disciplined for posting F-bombs on her social media after she was not promoted to the varsity cheerleading team. Alas, on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court...

A Visual Guide to the Title IX Investigation Process

Infographic: A Visual Guide to the Title IX Investigation ProcessWhether your a complainant or respondent, you need to know what the Title IX investigation process looks like from start to finish. Whether you are a person filing a Title IX complaint, or the person...