Critics argue that safe space policies at British universities have become a direct threat to freedom of speech
Inventor of the World Wide Web says it's time to create an online bill of rights to defend freedom and privacy
Removal of controversial 'insult' clause from Public Order Act is a victory for campaigners
Former journalists openly attack Lord Justice Leveson amid Tory concerns over press regulation
Picture of burning poppy sparks outrage, but so does over-the-top police reaction
Is there anybody who doesn't support campaign to drop Section 5, which makes it an offence to insult somebody?
No charges over homophobic Tom Daley tweet, as Keir Starmer raises bar for criminal prosecution
If Labour wants to muzzle British journalists, it might consider the regulations imposed by beacons of freedom such as Syria and Israel
have created unworkable
privacy law - Cameron
has reason to be cross
Lawyers suggest the average Twitter user is safe from legal action after the apparent breach of celebrity gagging orders
‘Maybe we will block content in some countries’ says lobbyist as Obama drops in on Facebook HQ
Extremists to ‘quadruple’
pickets of soldiers’ funerals
after their right to ‘free
speech’ is upheld
Trey Parker and Matt Stone warned of grisly death after depicting Mohammed in a bear suit
Google threatens to quit China following hacking attempts and further curbs on free speech – but is there a more pragmatic reason?
Kurt Westergaard escaped
death last week by locking
himself in his safe room
Who’s this defending free
speech? Surely not the
scourge of Fleet Street?
But after Jan Moir, there are signs that Twitterers are learning to use their power more responsibly
In Stephen Fry’s hands, Twitter has become an authoritarian tool to police thought crimes
While liberal spirits dominate the site, all is well. What happens when the enemy join in?
Vogue cover girl who was abused on the internet wins court case forcing Google to hand over details of the woman who posted the insults