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If it's good-enough material, they can wait and post it at ."At many of these public universities, the policies could be infringing on students' First Amendment rights.
Private universities are not bound by the First Amendment protections, but public universities are not legally able to restrict speech, online or otherwise, according to SPLC."We totally respect students' personal media presence.
Kendall first went public with rapper A$AP back in May of this year when they both attended the Met Ball.
University of Georgia freshman forward Kenny Gaines loves Twitter. (He tweeted during the NIT tournament, but who really counts that?The model took to Twitter to insist she paid a service charge in cash at Baby's All Right, despite claims from the establishment that she hadn't given the bartender any additional money.The bar shared a picture on Instagram - which has now been deleted - of a bill which appears to be Kendall’s, and attached the caption: "Don't forget to tip your bartender :) (sic)" But Kendall hit back, insisting she paid her service charge in cash, while it appears her bill was settled by card payment."Understand that freedom of speech is not unlimited."Looking at documents from other schools, it is hard to tell if policies pertain directly to social media or speech in general, according to a SPLC release. Others require athletes to take down any social media posts that the schools deem to be "questionable.""I think it had a lot to do with this ever-changing world of social media and Twitter," senior broadcast major Scott Zlotnick said in the release.
"In the last year or two, you see a lot of athletes getting in trouble on Twitter."One of the most notorious cases is that of Kent State wrestler Sam Wheeler, who tweeted anti-gay remarks in response to the coming-out of University of Missouri football player Michael Sam.
The documents included the agreements that student athletes sign, codes of conduct and scholarship agreements.