Index Index – International free speech round up 04/01/13
Tag Archives: italy
UPDATE: An appeals court in Milan acquitted today three Google executives of violating the privacy of an Italian boy with autism, in the so-called “Vividown” case. “We’re very happy that the verdict has been reversed and our colleagues’ names have been cleared. Of course, while we are delighted with the appeal, our thoughts continue to be […]
Ruth Michaelson: Gay marriage banned from Italian state TV channel
Tena Prelec:Facebook reopens anti-Berlusconi page amid protests
Tena Prelec: Star journalist defends Italy against censorship claims
Italy: why is landfill an official secret?
Nigel Warburton: Counter-productive censorship
Joe McNamee: Google convictions: Who should police the internet?
Katharine Quarmby: Free expression is important, but the vulnerable must be protected
Padraig Reidy: An Italian court has convicted Google executives