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Len Khodorkovsky Nov 16
Digital media companies should immediately take down every single Iranian government account until the regime restores internet connectivity to the Iranian people.
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Kannan Gopinathan 10h
Replying to @naukarshah
Because if she is arrested for sedition for expressing what she believes then it is freedom of expression that's under threat. And not just hers.
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OSCE media freedom 5h
Happening now: How do we curtail the spread of hate speech, violent extremism and disinformation online while protection free speech? Great to discuss these challenges with members of the Transatlantic Working Group on Online and .
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OSCE media freedom 3m
Many thanks to US Ambassador to the OSCE, Mr. Gilmore, for a great opportunity to discuss online hate speech, violence and disinformation with the Transatlantic Working Group on Online and .
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Nalaka Gunawardene Nov 16
After voting ends, speaks to citizens for the last time as incumbent. Claims lots of accomplishments during his term. We can agree on just one: he restored and allowed bitter criticism of his govt without reprisals
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Paige Morrow 20m
. is intervening in Polish court in a defamation case against constitutional law scholar & political advocate that has important implications for
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Shazism Nov 16
No Freedom of Expression in Kashmir Kashmiri Journalists face intimidation and restrictions
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Anything to Say? Nov 14
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Divvy K. Upadhyay 54m
What are you? Female? Male? .... Other? has 59 Gender options to choose from. (Apparently crowdsourced) year in review.
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Omara Ronnie 1h
With that said, responsible bodies have never held governments accountable when they shut down the as if they built the infrastructure curtailing Citizens have struggled on their own to wrestle the vice as others just issue plain statements.
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wolfie II Nov 16
Replying to @SurajBa70484449
I think it’s my account and upto me what to tweet. So please keep your advice to yourself. thanks
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quizzzzz 10h
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Sharif Yusuf MUGABO |🇷🇼 16h
'Free speech is the freedom to voice out our thoughts and expressions without restrictions, whilst is the abuse of this freedom to harm others, or speech intended to cause violence' (Salleh Buang)
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Syedmustafa Nov 16
No longer celebration of if you steal from us
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Chris Sicelo Gama 13h
Fact is his accepted the call to be a public leader, meaning his lifestyle will be brought into the public domain for discourse. It is an unassailable right of journalists, in conjunction, with ordinary citizens to do this.
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Věra Jourová Nov 14
Today I spoke at conference to outline the challenges posed by digital political advertising. We need to adjust the existing rules while at the same time respecting like .
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Dr. Basem Naim 23h
forces attacking a peaceful protest in solidarity with the journalist Moaz Amarneh, who lost his eye by bullet.
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Ræfen Coffee Roasters Nov 14
Well I had some time on my hands recently due to some health issues and I decided to take up some light reading. Just finished reading all of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. EVERY SECTION. Highly recommended! not
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OSCE media freedom 5h
Replying to @harlemdesir
"Illegal and other harmful content online can pose serious threats to our democratic societies. However, we must avoid adopting responses that are too simplistic or that would threaten & an open ", says
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Arash Farzaneh Nov 16
is brash, opinionated & often annoying, and don't get me started on his fashion sense - or rather lack thereof. At the same time, he's also unique & irreplaceable, and he should have the right to express his views whether we agree with him or not.
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