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"While they are categorically different from bodily harms, the hazards of speech are real; words can inflict genuine and lasting wounds." https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/five-myths/five-myths-about-free-speech/2020/07/02/7e2694b8-bb1b-11ea-80b9-40ece9a701dc_story.html?fbclid=IwAR1-F-Hf0pHHINNhJHgBV3NcY__6GUoQxv5uOV3LWmVEJZADzn0oefyjCIA
Filipino artists are protesting in defence of journalist Maria Ressa, who was convicted of “cyber libel” in June and could face a prison term. The conviction of Ressa came ahead of the enactment of a much feared anti-terrorism bill in the Philippines. https://bit.ly/38olcc0
Cuban activists and independent journalists are accusing the government of carrying out dozens of arbitrary arrests and home detentions. This attempt to block protestors against police brutality was sparked by the death of Hansel Ernesto Hernández Galiano. https://hrld.us/2NPDvx9