The Supreme Court has previously ruled that public schools can limit student speech on campus if it’s disruptive, but does that apply on social media? A new case this spring considers the case of a teenager who was reprimanded over a Snapchat post. Todd Zwillich looks at what this selfie with the middle finger raised and the words ‘f*ck school’ could mean for student’s right to free speech.
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