Friday, August 8

Follow up to this post about a Canadian censorship case... the defendant wins approval, but not recognition of his right to expression.
The plaintiffs make clear their motives:
"Obviously we didn't want [people making cartoons we find offensive] to continue, so [another goal was] perhaps to discourage people from further maligning our prophet and our religion... We wanted this to have a deterrent effect."
Details.

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