Event: Big tech’s morality police – censorship or protection?
Who controls what we say online?
Today, Paul Coleman, Executive Director of ADF International and international expert on free speech will take part in an online panel discussion as part of this year’s Brain Bar festival.
The event will focus on big tech’s role in monitoring speech online and how this impacts free speech. Coleman will debate with Harmeet Dhillon, US lawyer and free speech advocate.
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