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Federal judge upholds high school girls’ right to upload lewd pictures online


Even high school girls have the right to freedom of speech, no matter how lewd their message might be, the Huffington Post reports. A federal judge sided with the ACLU in a recent case, stating that it was wrong for a high school principal to punish two girls for posting “racy” pictures on Facebook, according to Gawker. Apparently the school official suspended the girls from all extracurricular activities for a year after someone informed him of the photos…

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