This essay seeks to review some of the various attempts to define hate speech, and pull from them a series of traits that can be used to frame hate speech with a higher degree of confidence. In so doing, it explores the tensions between hate speech and principles of freedom of expression, both in the abstract and as they are captured in existing definitions.
Nov 29 2016 12:00pm to Nov 29 2016 12:00pm
with special guests, Raj Goyle and Ari Shahdadi
Nov 22 2016 12:00pm to Nov 22 2016 12:00pm
Join Berkman Klein Affiliate, Scott O. Bradner, for the story behind the recent IANA transition
Nov 17 2016 1:00pm to Nov 17 2016 1:00pm
Nov 16 2016 5:30pm to Nov 16 2016 5:30pm
A book talk discussion and reception with the editors and contributors.
Nov 15 2016 12:00pm to Nov 15 2016 12:00pm
with Aaron Perzanowski, Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University
Nov 1 2016 12:00pm to Nov 1 2016 12:00pm
with Berkman Klein Fellow Paola Villarreal
Nov 3 2016 12:00pm to Nov 3 2016 12:00pm
featuring Berkman Klein Fellow, Nani Jansen Reventlow
Oct 27 2016 12:30pm to Oct 27 2016 12:30pm