DIGITAL FREEDOM
Joy Hyvarinen: The internet shouldn’t become a place just for pre-approved opinions
19 Jun 2019
BY JOY HYVARINEN


Under pressure to be seen to be doing something, the UK government has rushed out the proposals in the online harms white paper without thinking through the consequences. Index on Censorship’s Joy Hyvarinen explores.

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