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April 2   -   ArtsJournal: music

Freedom Of Speech Is So Complex That We Need To Break It Up Into Different Parts And Laws

The theory: "Put free ‘speech’ as such to one side, and replace it with a series of more narrowly targeted expressive liberties. Rather than locating actions such as protest and whistleblowing under the umbrella of ‘free speech’, we could formulate specially tailored norms, such as a principle of free public protest, or a principle of protected whistleblowing."


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