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  1. 1. opinion | 13 Jan 2015

    Balancing lese majeste with free speech

    COMMENTARY

    By Atiya Achakulwisut, Newspaper section: News

    » The massacre at Charlie Hebdo has its own religious and cultural context. That does not mean we Thais should not pay attention to the free speech versus hate speech conflict at the heart of the brutality.

  2. 2. learning | 18 Jul 2014

    Yingluck's future: A Thai court or exile? (updated)

    Thai politics

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Latest: Former PM Yingluck Shinawatra held a press conference today and vowed to return to Thailand on August 10. Speculation mounted yesterday whether former PM Yingluck Shinawatra would return from her scheduled trip t...

  3. 3. news | 23 Jan 2015

    Hate speech ban dropped from charter

    reform

    By Mongkol Bangprapa, Newspaper section: News

    » Charter drafters yesterday reversed their decision to include a prohibition on "hate speech" in the new constitution, arguing such a ban might restrict media freedom.

  4. 4. news | 15 Jan 2015

    Charter seeks to curb 'hate speech'

    By Mongkol Bangprapa, Newspaper section: News

    » The new charter will introduce a limit on freedom of speech to prohibit forms of expression that incite hatred and violence.

  5. 5. news | 14 Jan 2015

    Paris attacks bolster free speech calls in Australia

    By AFP

    » SYDNEY - The government faced calls Tuesday to bolster free speech amid concern that French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo could not be published in Australia under existing race discrimination laws.

  6. 6. news | 14 Jan 2015

    Paris attacks bolster free speech calls in Australia

    By AFP

    » SYDNEY - The government faced calls Tuesday to bolster free speech amid concern that French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo could not be published in Australia under existing race discrimination laws.

  7. 7. news | 13 Jan 2015

    Paris attacks bolster free speech calls in Australia

    By AFP

    » SYDNEY - The government faced calls Tuesday to bolster free speech amid concern that French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo could not be published in Australia under existing race discrimination laws.

  8. 8. news | 25 Dec 2014

    'The Interview' draws crowds of US free speech advocates

    By AFP

    » A fictional plot to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un drew throngs of moviegoers, as it became an unlikely symbol of free speech thanks to hacker threats that nearly scuppered its release.

  9. 9. tech | 02 Dec 2014

    Top US court mulls free speech, Facebook threats

    By AFP

    » WASHINGTON - US Supreme Court justices struggled Monday with the difficult question of whether threats made on Facebook can be prosecuted or are protected free speech.

  10. 10. learning | 06 May 2013

    Learning Thai: PM's speech in Mongolia

    Learning Thai with Post Today

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » The Prime Minister says her speech in Mongolia shouldn't be considered controversial since it was merely an exchange of experiences with the international community.

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