DOES THE INTERNET REQUIRE US TO RETHINK FREE SPEECH?
'Who's Afraid of Online Speech?' Future Tense event, assessing current fears about online speech and the promise and peril of proposals to address to them. Speakers include Democrats Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Rep. Ted Lieu, Arizona State University News Co/Lab Director and co-founder Dan Gillmor, American University Washington College of Law Associate Professor Jennifer Daskal, Higher Ground Labs co-founder Andrew McLaughlin, Wikimedia Foundation Product Analyst Caroline Sinders, Mercer University Assistant Professor of Literary Studies and Writing Whitney Phillips, and New America Future Tense Fellow Kate Klonick and Public Interest Technology Fellow Dipayan Ghosh.Future Tense is a partnership of Slate, New America, and Arizona State University
Who's Afraid of Online Speech? [New America, Slate, Arizona State University]
Daskal, Jennifer, "DOES THE INTERNET REQUIRE US TO RETHINK FREE SPEECH?" (2018). Popular Media. 49.