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Football banter (or, in modern usage, “bants” or even “#bantz”), can range from the strange to the self-deprecating to the plain awful, but it will always need its edge.
Index hosted the first of our Draw the Line events on Monday, as ten young adults met to discuss issues surrounding the free expression records of the countries participating in the World Cup
There is a strong attitude across university campuses that censorship is a good tool for the benefit of a multicultural and inclusive society, that respects the values of all its members, freeing them from being exposed to anything they may find "harmful", Christopher Beckett writes
Canadian journalists will face fines for commenting on the striking action of trade unionists under new legislation passed in Alberta.
Hamza Kashgari was detained for 625 days for tweeting a mock conversation between himself and the prophet Mohammed. Milana Knezevic reports
In the run-up to next week’s presidential elections, Index on Censorship travelled to Baku to meet journalists, human rights defenders, political activists, and citizens. Melody Patry reports
As Germany votes, what are the country's big free expression issues? Index on Censorship investigates
As Australians go to the polls, how does their country shape up on free expression? Helen Clark reports
Tunisian rapper Weld El 15 (real name Alaa Yaacoubi) walked free from Tunis's Court of Appeal today after his jail sentence for "insulting" police was reduced from two years to a six month suspended sentence, Padraig Reidy writes
Padraig Reidy: The Queen's speech and free speech
Google's Big Tent pitched up in Washington, DC, last Friday to challenge and debate the place of free expression in the digital age. Brian Pellot reports.