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  1. CNA Lifestyle

    US Supreme Court allows foul language trademarks in F-word case

  2. FILE PHOTO: Erik Brunetti, Los Angeles artist and streetwear designer of the clothing brand FUCT, p

    Supreme Court allows foul language trademarks in F-word case

    The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a longstanding U.S. ban on trademarks on "immoral" or "scandalous" words and symbols, ruling in a case ...
  3. Donald Trump

    Trump signs executive 'free speech' order for US colleges

  4. Hong Kong stormy skyline

    Hundreds protest Hong Kong student's expulsion from university in row over free speech

    More than 200 protesters gathered on Thursday (Mar 7) at a Hong Kong university to condemn the expulsion of a student defending free speech, in ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Bangladeshi Prime Minister Hasina addresses the U.N. General Assembly in New York

    Bangladesh to consider amending law seen curbing free speech

    Bangladesh will consider making changes to a proposed law that journalists and countries such as the United States say could suppress free speech, ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Stormy Daniels speaks during a ceremony in her honor in West Hollywood, California

    Citing free speech, Trump seeks dismissal of Stormy Daniels defamation case

    Lawyers for U.S. President Donald Trump have asked a federal judge to dismiss a defamation lawsuit by adult film actress Stormy Daniels, calling ...
  7. National University of Singapore’s (NUS) law professor Thio Li-ann

    Law regulating deliberate online falsehoods can be justified under ‘public order’: Academic

    Deliberate online falsehoods may harm democratic institutions and processes, says National University of Singapore’s (NUS) law professor Thio ...
  8. New Content Item

    Singapore diplomat hits back at The Economist again

    High Commissioner to the UK Foo Chi Hsia says Singapore's laws on contempt do not prevent fair criticisms of court judgements, contrary to ...
  9. speakers' corner

    Right to free speech not absolute in any country: Singapore's High Commissioner to the UK

    Responding to an article by The Economist magazine, Ms Foo Chi Hsia says that Singapore does not stifle criticism of the Government but also will ...