freedom of speech
The extraordinary case isn’t actually that extraordinary in a country where defamation cases can lead to jail time.
Singapore’s leaders defend defamation lawsuits as a way of protecting their reputations. But critics say the practice stifles freedom of expression.
China's Unleashing a Propaganda 'Wolfpack' on Twitter — Even Though Citizens Go to Jail for Tweeting
The Communist Party has given dozens of diplomats and government officials free rein to use the platform to attack enemies and defend Beijing’s actions.
The Philippine Government Wanted a Filipino in Taiwan Deported for Criticising Duterte. Taiwanese Netizens Were Outraged.
Taiwanese people showed an outpouring of support for the Filipino caregiver, but other Filipinos in Taiwan backed the government.
It's equal parts cynical and embarrassing.
Michelle Carter was convicted and sentenced to 15 months in jail for a "campaign of coercion" on her suicidal boyfriend.
The case could set an alarming precedent for artists, according to freedom of speech experts.
The government started implementing the law today.
The area has been affected by violence and unrest for over a year
His lawyer thinks that the BJP waited until after the election to arrest him so they wouldn’t lose the Adivasi votebank.
The fear of being sued may push platforms to “over-block” and throttle content that even vaguely resembles copyrighted material.