“Expression” in the news
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· Standing in solidarity to save Arte Moris, Timor-Leste — Khoo Ying Hooi →
In the year of its inception, Arte Moris was also awarded the UN Human Rights Prize its advocacy of freedom of expression.
· Facebook, others block requests on Hong Kong user data →
Twitter emphasized that it was “committed to protecting the people using our service and their freedom of expression.”
The Japan Times
· Hong Kong gives police sweeping powers under China security law →
Hong Kong was returned to Chinese rule in 1997 on a promise to maintain its freedom of expression, capitalist financial system and independent judiciary for at least 50 years.
· FSU's President Outlines Plan for Steps Toward Equality →
Their expressions of anger, sadness and frustration are palpable.
· Being Black In America Today: Share Your Experience →
The New York Times
· Virus, Confederate Flag, Amy Cooper: Your Monday Evening Briefing →
The social network said its assessment of the Chinese law, which has had a chilling effect on political expression in Hong Kong, would include human rights considerations.
· (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on July 7) →
Rather, his choice looks close to an expression of intention to keep his house in the expensive Gangnam area by any means, even though he will have to dispose of his house in Cheongju, a constituency that elected him as a lawmaker three times.
· Google, Facebook, and Twitter halt government data requests after new Hong Kong security law →
“We believe freedom of expression is a fundamental human right and support the right of people to express themselves without fear for their safety or other repercussions,” a Facebook spokesperson said in an email to The Verge.
· Google joins a group of major tech companies in pushing back against Hong Kong’s new security law →
“We believe freedom of expression is a fundamental human right and support the right of people to express themselves without fear for their safety or other repercussions,” a Facebook spokesperson told Recode, who added that the company will continue to analyze the new law and conduct “formal human rights due diligence and consultations with international human rights experts.”
· The Play On MacroGenics →
By contrast, it has limited expression on healthy tissue, making it an appealing target.