Julie Owono and Shane Tews discuss why they think the United States needs clear principles around online speech — centered on free expression — and how these principles can be applied across different countries.
"Our assumption is that digital rights should have the same protections as offline ones, which means defending freedom of expression, freedom to speak, and also freedom to access online mediums. Not everyone can afford accessible internet or freely speak because their government either shuts down the internet or limits access to social media through taxes and censorship."
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