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Free Speech is Not Perfect, but the Government as Censor is Worse

By on September 17, 2019
Free Speech is Not Perfect, but the Government as Censor is Worse

by JOHN SAMPLES

Individuals and private enterprise are the proper censors of bad speech.

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The Positives and Pitfalls of Policing the Internet

By on September 17, 2019
The Positives and Pitfalls of Policing the Internet

by JUSTIN SHERMAN

For decades, many in the democratic world thought of the internet as an inherently “free and open” place, now many countries exert control over internet architecture within their borders.

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How the Millennials Get Their News

By on October 14, 2015 with 0 Comments
How the Millennials Get Their News

by MICHAEL HAIS, PH.D.
JACK MACKENZIE

Last year’s media coverage of the Gulf Coast hurricanes helped re-define the domestic political agenda leading into this year’s mid-term elections. But it wasn’t just storm coverage. Political damage control was in full effect, with elected officials from all sides of the political spectrum flocking to cable news channels to assuage public fears, tamp down public outrage and cover their backsides.

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The Estonian Example – Q&A with Toomas Hendrik Ilves

By on August 12, 2014 with 2 Comments
The Estonian Example – Q&A with Toomas Hendrik Ilves

A conversation with the President of a country that, in just over two decades, has gone from being an oppressed Soviet state to the most technologically advanced democracy on Earth.

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