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The Journal of Controversial Ideas - does pseudonymous publication of controversial research undermine Academic Freedom of Speech or enhance it?

United Kingdom - May 17 2019 A new academic journal, The Journal of Controversial Ideas, is due to be published this year. This will allow its authors the option of publishing...

Does international law mitigate the threat to Academic Freedom of Speech in the UK?

United Kingdom, European Union - May 3 2019 In a previous blog, James Murray asked whether Academic Freedom of Speech in the UK could withstand its current threats and discussed the relevant...

Can Academic Freedom of Speech in the UK withstand its current threats?

United Kingdom - May 2 2019 But where is the line drawn between the exercise of Academic Freedom of Speech and the general right of expression available to everyone? How, in the...

Data protection: Google’s penalty is a timely reminder

European Union, France - January 24 2019 Amidst the UK’s current Brexit turmoil, you may find yourself longing for the relative certainty of this time last year when the EU’s General Data...

Uber and the gig economy: which way now?

United Kingdom - January 9 2019 In all the excitement which December brought, businesses could be forgiven for failing to notice that it was a significant month for the modern world...