The article discusses the challenges of governing free speech, hate speech, and web censorship in the age of the internet, and cites the views  Jacob Mchangama. Mchangama’s proposals for balancing the need to protect free expression with the harms caused by hate speech and misinformation are highlighted, and the article suggests that his principles could guide policy-making in this area. The author emphasizes Mchangama’s ideas as a valuable contribution to the debate on how to regulate speech in the digital age.

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