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Sep 23, 2017
The problem with 'Shouting Allahu Akbar' and sloganeering events organised on FacebookThe meme-fication of a serious issue like right to freedom of religion, as seen in events like 'Shouting Allahu Akbar' organised over Facebook, dilutes its gravity
Aug 24, 2017
US Justice Department scales back its request to obtain data from DreamHost in connection with anti-Trump websiteAn attorney for DreamHost called the Justice Department's action "a tremendous win for DreamHost, its users and the public."
Aug 21, 2017
Boston: We were outnumbered but our rally was a success, says far-right group that organised 'free speech' rallyBoston: Supporters of a small, conservative "free speech rally" held in Boston said that despite being outnumbered by tens of thousands of counter-protesters, their event was a success.
Aug 20, 2017
Boston: Thousands take to streets to protest against far-right 'free speech' rallyTens of thousands of people took to the streets of Boston on Saturday to protest a "free speech" rally featuring far-right speakers
Aug 19, 2017
After Charlottesville protests, Boston aims to prevent violence at rally with right-wing speakersHundreds of police officers will hit the streets of Boston on Saturday to deter violence at a "Free Speech" rally with Right-wing speakers a week after a woman was killed at a Virginia White-supremacist protest
Aug 11, 2017
Politicians blocking people on social media has sparked a debated about violation of free speechPoliticians at all levels increasingly embrace social media to discuss government business, sometimes at the expense of traditional town halls.
Aug 11, 2017
Free speech activists led by Jack Posobiec to march against Google next weekAlt-right protesters are planning a "March On Google" next week, following the US tech giant's firing of an employee over his internal company memo discussing gender differences in the workforce.
Jul 31, 2017
114 veterans write to Narendra Modi, say can't look away from 'relentless vigilantism of self-appointed protectors of Hinduism'A group of 114 armed forces veterans have expressed their displeasure over the recent attacks on minorities in an open letter to Narendra Modi
May 12, 2017
Facebook to appeal court order requiring the company to globally impose an Austrian law to curb hate speechSocial networking giant Facebook will appeal a court order that requires the company to globally impose an Austrian law to curb hate speech against the country's Green Party.
Apr 30, 2017
'RSS government' will never recognise progressive writers: Nayantara SahgalA member of the Nehru-Gandhi family and one of India's foremost writers with feminist concerns, Nayantara Sahgal returned her Sahitya Akademi award in 2015 to protest against rising intolerance in the country. Will she ever accept a recognition from the state again? Never.