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December 2022

Year End Articles

PUBLICATION:
Satire and Political Cartoons; The Internet Has Failed Us as a Society: A Debate; Actual Malice, Ariel Sharon, and the Future of the Right to be Wrong
in this issue

Persistent And Emerging Threats to the Autocrat’s Bugbear: Satire and Political Cartoons

Terry Anderson and Roslyn A. Mazer

A look into the nature of cartoonists’ criminalization and the varied, sometimes oblique means by which their freedom of expression is attacked.

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The Internet Has Failed Us as A Society: A Debate

Hugo Rikind, Jane Kirtley, Hugh Tomlinson KC, and Gavin Millar KC

Four experts from journalism, academia, and law contemplate the legal, political, and cultural issues surrounding the internet and society.  

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Actual Malice, Ariel Sharon, and the Future of the Right to be Wrong

Denver Nicks

A deep dive into Sharon v. Time with the benefit of hindsight helpfully illustrates the importance of the right to be wrong and the dangers that present when courts inject a flawed understanding of how journalism works into the actual malice inquiry.

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