Digital Brief: Cancel Culture

Episode 13 July 09, 2020 00:06:39
Digital Brief: Cancel Culture
Digital Brief
Digital Brief: Cancel Culture
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Show Notes

This week, 150 prominent writers and academics including Noam Chomsky, Steven Pinker, Margaret Atwood, Francis Fukuyama, Salman Rushdie, and J.K Rowling, have written an open letter calling for free speech to be preserved online, amid an ongoing trend towards 'cancel culture.' Could such a narrative have any influence on the future direction of policy in this area?  EURACTIV’s Digital Editor Samuel Stolton examines the issue further.

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