Category: Freedom of Expression

  • Protecting Freedom of Speech – Towards a Multi-Institutional Perspective

    After a review of the many legal challenges to freedom of expression throughout the history of the United States, it might generally be accepted that protections for freedom of expression should be upheld in society, without bias of favoritism. In order to present an idea that these protections may be advanced not only in the […]

  • Impacts of the Internet on Free Expression, a Very Short Survey

    Concepts of free expression have been evolving in the world, since at least the contributions of Plato to the institution of Western philosophy. Foucault provides a perspective about the historic meaning of free speech, as early as Ancient Greece – there addressing speech not only as an object of philosophical theory, but also for speech […]