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Category Archives: Freedom of speech
. How many of us would like to see details of our private lives publicised? These details don’t have to be salacious or immoral. And the publication does not have to be worldwide on the Internet, it could be a … Continue reading
The student protests against tuition fee increase and the ukuncut demos against tax-avoidance have been all over the media. Ukuncut is continuing with nationwide protests after Christmas. Needless to say, your reaction to these depends on your age, income, political … Continue reading
The Paul Chambers Twitter Joke Trial verdict has attracted all kinds of national and international media interest, not to mention the near hysteria it has caused on Twitter. I have made some coments on http://charonqc.wordpress.com/2010/11/11/law-review-twitter-joke-trial-a-travesty-why-do-we-really-bother/#comments, and some of those comments … Continue reading