Our perspectives

Here you can find op-eds, blog posts, presentations, etc. where our perspectives on the futures of free speeches are presented

a16z: 21 Experts on the Future of Expertise

Raseef22: حرية التعبير في العالم العربي… إلى أين؟

Opinio Juris: Freedom of Expression and Its Slow Demise: The Case of Online Hate Speech (and Its Moderation/Regulation)

Slate: Aussi surprenant que cela puisse paraître, la liberté d’expression est une notion fragile en France

El Pitazo: ¿Por qué está en declive la libertad de expresión en el mundo y en Venezuela?

Lawfare: Time To End India’s War on Sedition

India Express: Supporting free speech, but not criticism of government

Who Cares About Free Speech – Media Coverage

Foreign Policy: People Want Free Speech—for Themselves

Human Rights Here: God “does not and cannot bless sin” – Hate Speech Laws: Quo Vadis?

Opinio Juris: India’s IT Rules, 2021: Incompatible with the ICCPR and a Fatal Blow to Democratic Discourse

The Future of Free Speech Project 2020: A Year in Review

Lawfare: Rushing to Judgment – Examining Government Mandated Content Moderation

Arc Digital: The Purge of Trumpism

Foreign Policy: How to Judge Facebook’s New Judges

ECHR BLOG: ‘Hate Speech’ Jurisprudence of the ECtHR through a Qualitative and Quantitative Lens

Euractiv: The Digital Berlin Wall: How Germany built a prototype for online censorship

Verfassungsblog: No Country for Dissent – Twitter’s anticipatory Takedown of Tweets in India

Rightsblog: Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Bill

Verfassungsblog: In Search for an Antidote

Spiked: Hate-speech laws are no friend of minorities

Foreign Policy: Coronavirus Has Started a Censorship Pandemic

The American Interest: Taiwan’s Disinformation Solution

Foreign Policy: Germany’s Online Crackdowns Inspire the World’s Dictators