"Jeg kan huske, at jeg så rundt på folk omkring mig og tænkte, 'De fatter det overhovedet ikke.'"
Since 2001, thanks to the rise in internet shopping and on-demand printing, anyone with a computer can turn themselves into a grief entrepreneur.
The British Government's Anti-Terrorist Strategy for Children Is a Twisted Assault on the Freedom to Think
This week a school child was asked if he was "affiliated with Isis" because he said the French word for eco-terrorism in a French lesson.
"Early intervention aimed at identifying and helping troubled individuals before they become murderers is the only real solution here."
The Protest Over an Award Given to 'Charlie Hebdo' Shows the Line Between Defending and Celebrating
PEN American Center pissed off some of its own members by bestowing an award to the famously irreverent French magazine, and the resulting debate led to Salman Rushdie calling six authors "pussies."
Blackmail and fear are the tools used to destroy freedom of expression. And beware, it is being destroyed.
We spoke to the surviving cartoonist behind the magazine's controversial Prophet Muhammad covers.
Coming soon: VICE News speaks to Luz, the surviving Charlie Hebdo cartoonist behind the magazine's controversial Prophet Muhammad covers.
It might be time for action, but that doesn't mean we should make any rash decisions.