The Star: New ruling on freedom of speech will help protect against hate

Read this analysis about a recent case that makes it clear that hate is NEVER in the public interest by CAN board member Amira Elghawaby: “This is a case about freedom of expression. But it is also about the limits to that constitutionally protected right. Expressions of hatred and bigotry towards racial, ethnic, religious, or other identifiable groups have no value in the public discourse of our nation.” - From the Judge’s ruling

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