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Accused of ‘Terrorism’ for Putting Legal Materials Online

The New York Times – “Carl Malamud believes in open access to government records, and he has spent more than a decade putting them online. You might think states would welcome the help. But when Mr. Malamud’s group posted the … Continue reading

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Terrorism, Violent Extremism, and the Internet: Free Speech Considerations

EveryCRSReport.com – Terrorism, Violent Extremism, and the Internet: Free Speech Considerations, May 6, 2019 R45713: “Recent acts of terrorism and hate crimes have prompted a renewed focus on the possible links between internet content and offline violence. While some have focused … Continue reading

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IRS Updated Procedures for Terrorism Screening of Exemption Applications

Terrorism, in many forms, has tragically continued to plague our global society, and we are tremendously saddened by the horrific events in Sri Lanka this past weekend. Nonprofits, including religious institutions, are often among those victimized and those that take … Continue reading

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van Ark on New Labour & the Rights of Terrorism Suspects

Rumyana van Ark (nee Grozdanova) (University of Amsterdam – Faculty of Law; TMC Asser Institute) has posted Individual Terrorist Suspects as the New Folk Devil: New Labour, Rights Tokenism and Security Compulsions (Forthcoming, M. Gordon and A. Tucker (eds.), New Labour … Continue reading

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BDS and Terrorism Sympathies as Fair Comment

When the Ontario’s Libel and Slander Act was amended in 2015 under the Protection of Public Participation Act, the explicit purpose of implementing the 2010 recommendations by the Anti-SLAPP Advisory Panel. Since that time, the interpretation of these provisions continue to … Continue reading

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