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An essay by Nani Jansen Reventlow, a member of DSI’s International Media Defence Panel, has recently been published in a collection by Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society. Nani’s essay, ‘The right to ‘offend, shock or disturb,’ or the importance of protecting unpleasant speech’ is available here.
The Center decided to produce the collection as harmful speech online is an increasingly prevalent issue within society, and they seek to highlight diverse views and strands of thought and to make them available to a wide range of audiences. Details of other essays in the collection are available here.