There's an amendment, not a law. Does the "freedom of the press" mentioned in the first amendment apply to pre$$ corporations?it's a hard question to compare apples to horse-driven carriages.One out of three isn't bad. I thought the first sentence made it pretty clear which notion we were talking about and am not surprised that you still can't give a direct answer to whether freedom of the press applies to entities like the NY Times. It's a hard question from your point of view.
There is no "freedom of speech" law. There are 200+ years worth of laws that have been found constitutional regarding speech, some are aimed at individuals, others at groups of individuals i.e. Corporations.
It's a stupid question. Sorry life doesn't work in 20 second soundbites.