Jacob Mchangama – Media Citations

Jacob Mchangama is the Founder and Executive Director of The Future of Free Speech.

Reason: Report: E.U. Censorship Laws Mostly Suppress Legal Speech

La Presse: Excess of Censored Messages, Limited Freedom of Expression

Reason: Australia Tries To Censor the World

NYU First Amendment Watch: Jacob Mchangama on the First Amendment Implications of Generative AI

The Critic: The new Irish hate speech law will do more harm than good

WGCU Interview: “Free Speech: A History from Socrates to Social Media”

The Guardian: Democracy’s Super Bowl: 40 elections that will shape global politics in 2024

Cato: Is Freedom of Expression Dangerous? No, Study Finds More Expression Helps Us Handle Conflict

WKRN: Vanderbilt scholars analyze role of AI in hate speech

France 24: Clash of tech titans: Will Meta’s answer to Twitter dethrone Elon Musk’s venture?

AEI: In Search of Principles to Govern Free Speech, Hate Speech, and Web Censorship

AFP: Sexting chatbot ban points to looming battle over AI rules

France 24: Musk’s free speech absolutism ‘a fantasy’

BBC: Freedom of Speech – The Reith Lectures – The Four Freedoms

Folha de S. Paulo:Entrada do Judiciário no debate político pode ser tiro pela culatra, diz ativista da liberdade de expressão

WBUR: The history of the price of free speech

Reuters: From Musk to Brussels – three leading experts on the future of free speech online

Fortune: Elon Musk says he’s ‘exactly aligned’ with Europe’s new rules for online content. But the law may threaten his free speech ideals

NZZ Magazine: Auf Twitter soll bald wieder totale Meinungsfreiheit herrschen. Ist das gut?

The Hill – False speech: What is it good for?

Reason: Why Hate Speech Laws Backfire

The Economist: A history of free expression charts its seesawing progress

CPJ: How social media regulation could affect the press

Kirkus Review: Free Speech – A History from Socrates to Social Media

Folha de Sao Paulo: Destroyed in Belarus, media resort to secrecy and exile to keep news

Coinbase: Bitcoin’s Censorship-Resistance Was a Step Change in History

Politico: By the numbers — measuring support for free speech

BBC: Has Covid rolled back democratic rights?

The Toronto Star: Who should decide what you can’t say on social media? Debate rages ahead of potential government action

Verfassungsblog: Facebook’s Oversight Board Just Announced Its First Cases, But It Already Needs An Overhaul

Umanesino Digitale: NetzDG e censura globale – lo strano destino del Network Enforcement Act tedesco

Free to Disagree: SNP hate crime bill flouts international human rights law

Reuters: Facebook’s dilemma: How to police claims about unproven COVID-19 vaccines

Digitale Geshellchaft: Stellungnahme der Digitalen Gesellschaft e.V. zum „Entwurf eines Gesetzes zur Änderung des Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetzes” (NetzDG)

DW: Africa’s online hate speech laws sound alarm over press freedom

CT Magazin: Immer mehr Länder zensieren das Internet systematisch