Free speech, online communication and the law

by Lee Hopkins on February 20, 2009 · 2 comments

in legal,politics,victorian bushfires

online self-censorship

What started as a small commentary about La Papworth’s most recent televisual outing has grown (dare I say ‘inflamed’) to a sizeable little collection of posts and comments about free speech, online communication, legal rights and responsibilities and personal morality.

Quite a heady brew!

So rather than keep fracturing the conversation, please whip over to Laurel’s latest post on this all, “Australia: David Galbally Vs Social Media

For background material to the discussion, please read these posts:

Oh, and I agree with Spunkbucket – Laurel *is* a pretty lady! :-)


  • http://jonathancrossfield.com/blog/ Kimota

    Thanks for the linkback and the – thank god – grouping of the links in one place. The debate is spreading out so it’s good to be able to read all of them. This debate is a particulasrly important one, whatever a person’s personal view is, so it’s good to see so many people contributing.

    Kimota’s last blog post..Unsocial Media – or Why I Need to Stop Being Mr. Nice Guy!

  • http://jonathancrossfield.com/blog/ Kimota

    Thanks for the linkback and the – thank god – grouping of the links in one place. The debate is spreading out so it’s good to be able to read all of them. This debate is a particulasrly important one, whatever a person’s personal view is, so it’s good to see so many people contributing.

    Kimota’s last blog post..Unsocial Media – or Why I Need to Stop Being Mr. Nice Guy!

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