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Free Speech

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On May 13, the French parliament adopted a law that requires online platforms such as Facebook, Google, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat to remove reported "hateful content" within 24 hours and "terrorist content" within one hour.

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COVID-19 has emboldened American tech platforms to emerge from their defensive crouch. Before the pandemic, they were targets of public outrage over life under their dominion.

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david icke,

Ofcom, UK's communications regulator has ban UK broadcasters from talking about the Coronavirus and 5G. David Icke's most recent interview with get's banned from youtube. In it he says the coronavirus is fake. The testing is easily m

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The woman on the street can have a hard time understanding what some journalists think free speech is these days. Craig Aaron is the president and CEO of an organization known as "Free Press".

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Ron Paul Institute - Shane Kastler

I'm not sure which is more sad, that American pastors are being arrested for having public worship services or that most Christians seem to be perfectly fine with that travesty.

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Americans' free-speech and other rights are being violated by state laws aimed at stifling the BDS (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) Movement against Israel's illegal rule of Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, both conquered over half a

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Canadian Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault said that he planned to follow a panel report recommending that Canada's broadcasting laws for radio and television should require government licenses for all media content including online media, news s

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Many years ago, I was giving a lecture on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights to a class at a public high school here in Virginia.