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Speaker's Corner

To understand the purpose and atmosphere of Speaker’s Corner, one must look no further than the poem Hyde Park. (Speaker’s corner) by Hubert Winston Anderson. 392 more words

Free Speech

The Rights of Society- Part 2

This article is the second in a series of three articles on the rights of a society. For the previous post, click here.

A free society is predicated upon certain rights of the individual. 873 more words

Editorial

Opinion: Speak for a Purpose

At the Speaker’s Corner section of Hyde Park on a Sunday afternoon, the air is filled with proclamations and denunciations.

“Jesus loves you!” an older man calls out to a crowd of young twenty-somethings. 392 more words

Opinion

The Gambia’s Internet Freedom: The Blocking and Unblocking of Viber

The Gambia has a relatively high internet penetration rate compared to other countries in the sub region. With a population of 1.8 million people (2014), it has a penetration rate of about 16 percent. 557 more words

News

Free Speech in France Decided on a Case-by-case Basis

Apparently a restaurant owner in France has successfully sued a blogger/critic for hurting his business.

I would have thought that blogging under one’s own name and from a site with a reputation to maintain, non-anonymously, would guard against some of the worst tendencies of the Internet, but in this case the blogger’s choice to use her real name and make it possible to find her is in effect being punished.  56 more words

Politics And Public Policy

City Violates Free Speech In A Policy Requiring Permits And Enforcing Compliance On Political Advertising

Submitted by Darren Smith, Weekend Contributor

A controversy developed in Moses Lake, Washington over a Fourth Congressional Candidate’s and his supporters’ placement of campaign signs on city owned property and rights of way in the city. 1,022 more words

Politics