freedom of expression
64 percent of Americans see ‘cancel culture’ as a challenge to liberty
More than half of Americans said they consider "cancel culture" a threat to their freedom, according to the results of a new poll. A total of 1,945 registered voters were polled between March 24 and 25, and the Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey released showed that 64% percent of respondents believe a rising cancel ...
Benin internet shutdown repeats pattern of government censorship across Africa
Benin is the ninth African country to restrict internet access this year, in a trend that makes it more difficult for journalists to do their work
South Sudan mourns veteran journalist
'I remember him as being a fearless journalist who will tell the truth as it is, regardless of what the consequences (are),' says Chaplain Kara Yokoju, head of development communications at the University of Juba
Trump’s executive order to colleges: Protect free speech or risk billions in federal grants
Polly Olson, a student at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, last year handed out homemade Valentine cards on her campus with Christian messages until college officials told her she was restricted to a “free speech zone.” On Thursday, Olson told her story at the White House before President Donald Trump signed an ...
Indonesian musicians rally against music bill
They say the proposed law could limit freedom of speech
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