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# Free Speech

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12-year-old girl sues school over Facebook password
The US pupil says she was forced to reveal her personal profile information after posting comments about staff members.
French senators approve draft of Armenian 'genocide-denial' bill
Turkey has reacted angrily to France’s moves to criminalise the act of denying that the mass killings of Armenians during WWI was genocide.
Column: Let the extremists speak - if only so we can fight back
This week, regular columnist Lisa McInerney argues that everyone is entitled to their opinion – because it gives us a chance to stand up against odious claptrap.
Column: UCC’s Nick Griffin invitation is a game – and fascism is the winner
The invitation to the BNP leader will spark a predictable cycle of outrage – but nobody involved is considering the real victims, writes Gavan Titley.
Far-right Dutch politician cleared of hate charges
Geert Wilders had compared the Koran to Mein Kampf and faced charges of hate speech and discrimination.
Bradley Manning supporter to file lawsuit over laptop seizure
David House, a founding member of the The Bradley Manning Support Network, says his property was illegally seized at an airport.
Entry to Croker for Obama rally could be free
The rally being planned at Croke Park to mark Barack Obama’s rally will probably be ticket-only – but tickets will be free.