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6 Dec 2013
cyber-bullying | Digital Freedoms | Digital Freedoms | Education General | online anonymity | Privacy | right to be forgotten | social networks | Computers & Phones | Internet freedom | Internet | Youth | Free Speech Debate | Science
The right to be forgotten is a right to have one's digital footprint erased from the internet. This ...
16 May 2013
Defence | Digital Freedoms | Governmental Transparency | information sharing | intelligence services | Military | Open government | Politics | Right to know | risk | Secrecy | security | Transparency | Government | Media and good government | Free Speech Debate
Government transparency, the idea that government should be open about what it is doing with its citizens, has been around since the enlightenment when...
15 Feb 2013
arms sales | Censorship & IP | Digital Freedoms | exports | Freedom of Expression | Freedom of expression | Repression | Surveillance technology | technology transfer | Internet freedom | Free Speech Debate
The sophistication of modern surveillance technology has increased by leaps and bounds in the 21st century. Governments have unprecedented power to watch their...
13 Feb 2013
Blogging | Digital Freedoms | Dissent | Freedom of expression | Freedom of Expression | Freedom of the Press | Journalism | Internet freedom | Human rights | Free Speech Debate | Law
Repressive governments, here defined as governments that are anti-democratic, that do not afford general civil rights to their citizens, and that do not have a...
7 Jan 2013
access to information | Arab Spring | Autocracy | community | Local | Radio | resistance | Revolution | Media and good government | Free Speech Debate
Why the Arab world needs community radioSocial media and satellite television played a crucial role in the Arab uprisings, but Daoud Kuttab argues community...
4 Jan 2013
Campaign Finance | campaign finance reform | Citizens United | Constitutional Law | Corporations are people | elections | Electoral Politics | First Amendment | Freedom of speech | Politics | The basic principle | U.S. Supreme Court | US Constitution | Free Speech Debate
The Supreme Court’s ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission held that the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which protects...
7 Dec 2012
History reclassified as state secret: the case of Xu ZerongIn 2002, historian Xu Zerong was sentenced to 13 years in jail for leaking state secrets. The...
This House believes western universities should only place satellites in states that respect free speech
7 Dec 2012
Academia | Campus | Learning | Student freedom | university | Free to know | University | Education | Free Speech Debate
A university of less-than-liberal arts?Should Yale University refuse to operate in Singapore where human rights and free expression face significant...
7 Dec 2012
Big Business | Business | Corporate Personhood | Freedom of expression | money | Profit | speech | The basic principle | Free Speech Debate | Economy
Does money have the right to speak?The US supreme court's decision on Citizens United raises a vital issue: should corporations have the same free speech...
23 Nov 2012
Blashpemy | Free Speech | Orthodox Church | Punk | Pussy Riot | Russia | Is nothing sacred? | Free Speech Debate
The Case: Pussy Riot, Putin's Russia and the Orthodox ChurchWas punk band Pussy Riot’s anti-Putin performance in a Moscow church 'religious hatred hooliganism...