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Western Politicians Concerned About Social Networks’ Growing Influence On Public Opinion – Analysis

The State Duma of Russia unanimously passed a legislative amendment that would allow foreign media to be classified as foreign agents. It is expected that the Ministry of Justice will address every..
Eurasia Review

DEBATE: Was Paperchase right to stop advertising in the Daily Mail?

debate: was paperchase right to stop advertising in the daily mail?
Was Paperchase right to stop advertising in the Daily Mail after backlash from campaigners? *Sarah May, founder of Heritage for Transformation, says YES.* Since the 1920s, newspapers have relied..
City A.M.

Videos for "Free Speech"

News video: Here's How To Become A Tech Influencer

Here's How To Become A Tech Influencer 00:38

Reid Hoffman is the billionaire cofounder of LinkedIn. He's become influential in the tech business world, despite lacking a formal business background. How did Hoffman find success? He decided that he..
Source: Wochit Tech -

News video: FCC Sets Date To End Net Neutrality

FCC Sets Date To End Net Neutrality 00:50

The FCC rolled out its plan on Tuesday to kill off net neutrality. In doing so, there's a high chance that millions of American consumers will see price increases in internet service and a rise in..
Source: Rebecca Stefansky -

News video: NFL Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith: Player Protests Are "Beautiful"

NFL Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith: Player Protests Are "Beautiful" 11:27

Pro Football Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith joins Cheddar to discuss the latest NFL news. He reacts to Cam Newton's comments, and subsequent apology, that a female reporter asking about routes was "funny."..
Source: GOBankingRates -

News video: Months after clashes, free speech rally held in Boston

Months after clashes, free speech rally held in Boston 01:35

Free speech advocates whose rally on Boston Common last summer drew boisterous counter-protesters are regrouping there this weekend.
Source: WCVB -

News video: 3 Arrested As ‘Free Speech Rally’ Returns To Boston Common

3 Arrested As ‘Free Speech Rally’ Returns To Boston Common 01:47

WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports.
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Wales' top university attacked as a 'hostile place' for free speech

The treatment of academics such as Germaine Greer has seen Cardiff University and its student body condemned for its intolerance against different viewpoints
Wales Online

Rights watchers slam Myanmar's ban on protests in biggest city

YANGON (Reuters) - Human rights monitors on Wednesday urged Myanmar to withdraw a ban on protests in its largest city, Yangon, amid fears that free speech is under pressure under the government led by..
Reuters

U.S. top court to hear fight over California pregnancy center law

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to decide whether a California law requiring private facilities that counsel pregnant women against abortion to post signs telling clients..
Reuters

Supreme Court to hear Minnesota voter apparel law challenge

(Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Monday to hear a conservative group's free speech challenge to a Minnesota law prohibiting voters from wearing T-shirts or other apparel adorned with..
Reuters

Read that social media swings elections? That’s probably just fake news

read that social media swings elections? that’s probably just fake news
It is often said that “a lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its boots on”. The great and good all seem to agree that there’s a new boogeyman for fake news:..
City A.M.

DEBATE: Can we blame tech companies for helping Russia spread fake news?

debate: can we blame tech companies for helping russia spread fake news?
Can we blame tech companies for helping Russia spread fake news during the referendum campaign? *Olivia Utley, news editor at Reaction, says YES.* The argument, which was widely accepted before..
City A.M.

Could the EU crack down on pro-life activism?

New laws could define pro-life actions as 'violence against women'. The implications for free speech should concern us all
Catholic Herald

UKIP MEP Bill Etheridge stands firm amid Sussex university "free speech" row

ukip mep bill etheridge stands firm amid sussex university free speech row
BBC Local News: Sussex -- University of Sussex Students' Union asks to vet speech by UKIP's Bill Etheridge.
BBC Local News

University free speech society wants to vet guest's speech

university free speech society wants to vet guest's speech
The Liberate the Debate society at the University of Sussex invited Ukip MEP Bill Etheridge to give a talk this term but their plans were disrupted by student union officials.
MailOnline

Max Hastings: Bitter China marching to global domination

max hastings: bitter china marching to global domination
Chinese president Xi Jinping wields almost absolute authority, amid ever more draconian restrictions on dissent and free speech, even within the Party hierarchy.
MailOnline

'Underwear bomber' sues U.S. Justice Department over rights

(Reuters) - A Nigerian man serving life sentences for trying to set off a bomb in his underwear on a plane on Christmas Day 2009 is suing the U.S. Justice Department for denying his free speech and..
Reuters

Democracy depends on heeding Hillary Clinton’s cyber warfare warning

democracy depends on heeding hillary clinton’s cyber warfare warning
Hillary Clinton has been in the UK this week, promoting her book What Happened and giving her own analysis of that very question. While she has enjoyed standing ovations, she has been criticised..
City A.M.

Minister orders universities to guarantee free speech

minister orders universities to guarantee free speech
Jo Johnson, the UK Government's universities minister, said that any higher education institutes that fail to protect freedom of could be fined, suspended or ultimately deregistered.
MailOnline

Universities that ban speakers could face fines

universities that ban speakers could face fines
Universities minister Jo Johnson will say that the newly-created Office for Students will have the power to fine, suspend or even blacklist institutions for failing to protect free speech.
MailOnline

Universities told they 'must commit to free speech' under new plans


Telegraph.co.uk


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