Download PDF by Katharine Gelber: Free speech after 9/11

By Katharine Gelber

ISBN-10: 0191083410

ISBN-13: 9780191083419

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This quantity examines and compares the alterations within the applicable parameters of freedom of speech within the counter-terrorism context due to the fact 9-11, targeting the U.S., united kingdom, and Australia.

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This quantity examines and compares the alterations within the applicable parameters of freedom of speech within the counter-terrorism context due to the fact that September 11, targeting the USA, united kingdom, and Australia. Read more...

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52; Barendt, Freedom of Speech, p. 163; Sir David Williams, ‘Hate Speech in the United Kingdom: An Historical Overview’, in Extreme Speech and Democracy, edited by Ivan Hare and James Weinstein (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 92–3; Ian Cram, Terror and the War on Dissent: Freedom of Expression in the Age of Al Qaeda (Berlin: Springer, 2009), pp. 82–4. 73. Australian Law Reform Commission, ‘Fighting Words’, p. 121, citing R v Chief Metropolitan Stipendiary Magistrate; Ex parte Choudhury [1991] 1 AB 429.

178. 69. McNamara, Human Rights Controversies, pp. 169–70; Barendt, Freedom of Speech, p. 178. 70. McNamara, Human Rights Controversies, pp. 170, 176–85. 71. Donohue, ‘Terrorist Speech’, p. 262. 72. Australian Law Reform Commission, ‘Fighting Words’, p. 52; Barendt, Freedom of Speech, p. 163; Sir David Williams, ‘Hate Speech in the United Kingdom: An Historical Overview’, in Extreme Speech and Democracy, edited by Ivan Hare and James Weinstein (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 92–3; Ian Cram, Terror and the War on Dissent: Freedom of Expression in the Age of Al Qaeda (Berlin: Springer, 2009), pp.

69. McNamara, Human Rights Controversies, pp. 169–70; Barendt, Freedom of Speech, p. 178. 70. McNamara, Human Rights Controversies, pp. 170, 176–85. 71. Donohue, ‘Terrorist Speech’, p. 262. 72. Australian Law Reform Commission, ‘Fighting Words’, p. 52; Barendt, Freedom of Speech, p. 163; Sir David Williams, ‘Hate Speech in the United Kingdom: An Historical Overview’, in Extreme Speech and Democracy, edited by Ivan Hare and James Weinstein (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 92–3; Ian Cram, Terror and the War on Dissent: Freedom of Expression in the Age of Al Qaeda (Berlin: Springer, 2009), pp.

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