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Some initial reports about the right-wing rally in Boston could have been misinterpreted.
The lawsuit aimed to block the anti-BDS legislation based on the First Amendment, arguing that the bill violated free speech.
The proposed law is said to be "one of the most blatant and harshest" laws curtailing free speech in Europe.
The deputy regional director called the moves a "chilling setback for freedom of expression."
By ADAM RASGON
The European Court of Human Rights has declared that the hate speech of one Belgian Muslim man is not protected under free speech laws.
But newfound liberties aren't distributed equally to all Egyptians after blogger gets 3 years in jail for allegedly defaming army.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The European Parliament must vote massively in favor of “neighboring rights” for the survival of democracy and one of its most remarkable symbols: journalism.
By SAMMY KETZ
One thing though will remain true in the future as in the 1980s: stories about two-headed seals will still make headlines.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
We believe, however, that the preferred solution is to privatize Army Radio.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
I believe an important distinction must be made between academic freedom and free speech, as the two are not synonymous.
By ALAN KADISH
We are liable to witness the forming of an unholy alliance between the Internet giants and the state, and the critically wounded victims will be us, the citizens.
By TEHILLA SHWARTZ-ALTSHULER
Silencing speakers on campus reflects a broader tightening of academic freedom in general. Universities should be places where there is a free exchange of ideas in an honest pursuit of truth.
If independent journalism is going to survive, it needs the public to tip the scales.
By GUY MARGALIT
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