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New measures could force UK websites into identifying trolls
Websites could soon be forced to reveal the identity of trolls - people who post defamatory messages online. New proposals by the UK government say victims have every right to unmask and expose those abusing them online.
Op-Ed: First Amendment vs. Schools — Students mock principals online
The US First Amendment looks set for another jog around the Supreme Court after rulings by the Appeals Court in Pennsylvania regarding student online satire and mocking of school principals.
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