New South Wales to beef up its anti-”hate” laws, because current law has produced no convictions.
Tag Archives: Censorship
Refer Racial Vilification Straight to Police: Inquiry, Sydney Morning Herald
Compares black justice minister to a monkey.
Fascism and the Open Campus, Brown Daily Herald
Brown professor thinks mob rule is the wrong response to “fascism.”
Critics: Twitter Needs to Police Hate Speech, New York Post
Weisenthal Center doesn’t like Twitter’s hands-off policy.
A mere accusation of wrondoing would be enough to suspend funding.
Ruling parties declare Greece’s third most popular party a “criminal gang.”
Party leaders remain defiant.
Golden Dawn Arrests Take Greece into Uncharted Waters, Guardian (London)
Democratically-elected politicians are being charged with “forming a criminal gang.”
It will ban “racist hate speech.”
His “crime” appears to have been associating with American patriots.
Education can eliminate “racism.”
“Citizen” and “brown bag” may hurt feelings.
San Antonio Pastors Oppose City’s Proposed Anti-Discrimination Law, KHOU (San Antonio)
New laws would violate freedom of speech.
US-based company bows to French speech laws.
He paid to advertise it on Facebook, but the company still banned it.
End of the road for British woman who spoke her mind about minorities.
Britain Capitulates to Jihad, Jihad Watch
Islam critic Robert Spencer is not welcome.
Marine Le Pen to Face Prosecution for Comparing Muslims to Nazis, Telegraph (London)
European Parliament legal committee votes to strip her of immunity.
The Not-So-Veiled Threat to Non-Muslims in Tennessee, American Thinkers
Community members won’t be silenced.
She may be prosecuted for comparing Muslim street prayers to the Nazi occupation.
They say too many criminals in this reality-TV program are black.
Wonders whether the article is like shouting “Fire!” in a crowded theater.
Speech that arises “in a moral context or within a public policy debate does not cleanse it of its harmful effect.”
What Has Happened to Emma West?, England Calling
Are the British authorities afraid to enforce their own laws?
Moroccan-born French minister wants to clamp down on free speech.
. . . and one student who dared stand up to it.
Britain Issues New Guidelines on Prosecuting Offensive Online Comments, Los Angeles Times
They leave more room for speech others consider offensive.
From the man who called George Bush “the greatest tyrant in the world.”
Watch Your Tongue: Prejudiced Comments Illegal in Brazil, Christian Science Monitor
“Fascism of good intentions.”
The same guy who thought Guam would capsize after a troop buildup.
Censorship by Race, American Thinker
Blacks must not be criticized.
South Africa Broadcaster Bans Reference to ‘Zumaville’, Telegraph (London)
President Zuma is no fan of the free press.
Answer the question before you read the article.
Mob Burns Girls’ School in Pakistani City over Alleged Blasphemy, Christian Science Monitor
Teacher may face death sentence.
No “freedom of gesture” in Britain.
Wanted Dead or Alive, Special to AR News
SDS poster denounces Arthur Jensen and William Shockley.
Tweets were considered illegal in Germany–can still be received elsewhere.
Southern Poverty Law Center: Wellspring of Manufactured Hate, Capital Research Center
Conservative group describes SPLC as an “organized attack machine of the extreme political Left.”
What a Shocking Week It’s Been for Free Speech, Telegraph (London)
Britons no longer have the right to give offense.
Muslims Protest ‘Age of Mockery’ as Thousands Descend on Google HQ, Telegraph (London)
They claim that “Muhammad is the founder of freedom of speech.”
Some students say group should not be allowed.
Obama downplayed speech crackdowns.
Phil Rushton Has Died, Special to AR News
A great scientist leaves us far too soon.
George Zimmerman Sues NBC over Edited 911 Tape, Newsbusters
Station that tried to make him look “racist” will probably have to pay a price.
The Case for White Identity, Special to AR News
Jared Taylor speaks before an overflowing audience at Towson University.
Bangladeshi Muslims Burn 10 Buddhist Temples over Facebook Photo, Christian Science Monitor
It is not only Christians who provoke them.
If speech incites violence, it should be banned, Muslims say.