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Major Win for Free Speech in the UK

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Two UK judges have ruled that Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003 violates the UN charter on human rights.

Major Win for Free Speech in the UK

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Two UK judges have ruled that Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003 violates the UN charter on human rights.

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E509th
E509th
December 20, 2020

Harry Miller actually took his case to the high court where Mr Justice Knowles, Ruling in favor of Miller said. ”Freedom of Expression laws are not there to protect statements such as ‘Kittens are cute’ but they are there to protect unpleasant things. Its Utility lies in exposing people to things that they do want to hear”. ”We live in a pluralistic society where NONE OF US have a right to be offended by something that they hear”. The lower Courts in the U.K have a growing reputation around the World of being, less protective of freedoms of expression. Conviction… Read more »

gwynn oneill
Reply to  E509th
December 20, 2020

“none of us HAS (not have) a right to be offended”.

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