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Latest News on Free Speech
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Nov 28, 2012
Bitter struggle over Internet regulation to dominate global summitAn unprecedented debate over how the global Internet is governed is set to dominate a meeting of officials in Dubai next week...
Nov 21, 2012
Facebook arrests over Thackeray: Case for unshackling free speechThe battle against encroachments of free speech has finally been joined. It's about time we unshackled free speech from the dungeons of the Thought Police.
Sep 21, 2012
US needs to rethink on free speech: KharKhar was responding to questions on violent anti-US protests in cities across Pakistan against the film made in the US.
Sep 21, 2012
Khar wants US to rethink its concept of 'free speech'"It is not good enough to say it's free speech, it should be allowed. I think if this does provoke action against American citizens or Americans anywhere else in the world, then maybe we do need to rethink how much freedom is OK," Khar said.
Aug 23, 2012
SKorean court ends law requiring real names onlineSouth Korea's Constitutional Court has ruled that a law requiring online contributors to use their real names...
Jul 28, 2012
British man wins 'Twitter threat' appealA British man on Friday won a High Court challenge of his conviction for tweeting that he would blow up ...
Jun 28, 2012
Twitter to take steps to curb 'hate speech' and trollingPopular microblogging platform Twitter is planning to introduce measures to help curb ‘hate speech’ ...
Feb 02, 2012
Shut your mouth, Indians: Welcome to the era of instant censorshipThe state of free speech in our country is way past dire and now fast approaching absurd. The conservatives of all stripes now have the perfect recipe for censorship: Easy, instant, and ready to serve. No violence required.
Jan 27, 2012
Twitter censorship to be on a country-to-country basisSocial networking and free speech, at least conceptually were synonymous; each one quite meaningless without the other.