The silencing of dissent – and why more government powers to control speech are the last thing we need.
The UK government’s sudden and selective embrace of free speech is a little hard to swallow.
The dangers involved in forcing people to use real names online far outweigh the benefits.
YouTube announce that physical proof of identity might now be required to watch age-restricted videos in Europe.
Scotland’s proposed new law goes far beyond hate speech and sets out to silence all debate, discussion and criticism of protected groups.
In the latest Reprobate Podcast, we discuss the politics of social justice and the shifting tides of acceptable speech, free speech, book burning and the politics of lockdown.
The Queer Cabaret ensemble return with to offer trigger warnings and self-proclaimed outrageousness.
The UK courts decide that people should not be visited by the police for expressing unpopular, but legal, opinions.
An open mind and an interest in what other people have to say is a dying virtue.
The redefinition of ‘troll’ in the last decade is a nothing more than a way of shutting down debate.