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Australia Passes Law to Punish Social Media Companies for Violent Posts

Australia Passes Law to Punish Social Media Companies for Violent Posts

A rally in Adelaide, Australia, after last month’s massacre at two mosques in New Zealand.
Australia Passes Law to Punish Social Media Companies for Violent Posts

Australia Passes Law to Punish Social Media Companies for Violent Posts

A rally in Adelaide, Australia, after last month’s massacre at two mosques in New Zealand.
Australia Passes Law to Punish Social Media Companies for Violent Posts

Australia Passes Law to Punish Social Media Companies for Violent Posts

A rally in Adelaide, Australia, after last month’s massacre at two mosques in New Zealand.
Australia Passes Law to Punish Social Media Companies for Violent Posts

Australia Passes Law to Punish Social Media Companies for Violent Posts

A rally in Adelaide, Australia, after last month’s massacre at two mosques in New Zealand.
Britain Proposes Broad New Powers to Regulate Internet Content

Britain Proposes Broad New Powers to Regulate Internet Content

A Facebook advertisement in London. Britain is proposing sweeping new government powers to combat the spread of violent and extremist content, false information and harmful material aimed at children.
Britain Proposes Broad New Powers to Regulate Internet Content

Britain Proposes Broad New Powers to Regulate Internet Content

A Facebook advertisement in London. Britain is proposing sweeping new government powers to combat the spread of violent and extremist content, false information and harmful material aimed at children.
Britain Proposes Broad New Powers to Regulate Internet Content

Britain Proposes Broad New Powers to Regulate Internet Content

A Facebook advertisement in London. Britain is proposing sweeping new government powers to combat the spread of violent and extremist content, false information and harmful material aimed at children.
Kremlin Moves Toward Control of Internet, Raising Censorship Fears

Kremlin Moves Toward Control of Internet, Raising Censorship Fears

A rally last year in support of the messaging app Telegram. The government failed to shut down Telegram, but is now pursuing broader measures.
Letter 102: When Does Free Speech Become Uncomfortable?

Letter 102: When Does Free Speech Become Uncomfortable?

Animal rights protesters in Melbourne, Australia, on Monday.
Anti-Zionists Deserve Free Speech

Anti-Zionists Deserve Free Speech

Omar Barghouti, a permanent resident of Israel, last week was denied entry to the United States.
Ecuador Detains a Friend of Assange. Critics Say It’s Guilt by Association.

Ecuador Detains a Friend of Assange. Critics Say It’s Guilt by Association.

An anti-government protest in Quito that was prompted in part by Ecuador’s decision to no longer protect the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Ecuador Detains a Friend of Assange. Critics Say It’s Guilt by Association.

Ecuador Detains a Friend of Assange. Critics Say It’s Guilt by Association.

An anti-government protest in Quito that was prompted in part by Ecuador’s decision to no longer protect the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Amid Charged Atmosphere at Amherst, Jeff Sessions Calls for Country to Move on From Mueller Report

Amid Charged Atmosphere at Amherst, Jeff Sessions Calls for Country to Move on From Mueller Report

Jeff Sessions in October 2018. In a speech on Wednesday night at Amherst College, Mr. Sessions said that lawmakers should “accept the results” of Robert S. Mueller III’s inquiry and “get on with the
Sudan dispatch: Bullets, Tear Gas and Love: Romance Blooms in the Midst of Sudan Protests

Sudan dispatch: Bullets, Tear Gas and Love: Romance Blooms in the Midst of Sudan Protests

Protesters heading on foot and by train to join the sit-in at the military headquarters in Khartoum.
Sudan dispatch: Bullets, Tear Gas and Love: Romance Blooms in the Midst of Sudan Protests

Sudan dispatch: Bullets, Tear Gas and Love: Romance Blooms in the Midst of Sudan Protests

Protesters heading on foot and by train to join the sit-in at the military headquarters in Khartoum.
Facebook’s Unintended Consequence

Facebook’s Unintended Consequence

Mark Zuckerberg delivering the keynote address at a Facebook conference on Tuesday.