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(p. 304) 18. Freedom of expression 

(p. 304) 18. Freedom of expression
(p. 304) 18. Freedom of expression

Rhona K. M. Smith

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date: 29 January 2020

Course-focused and comprehensive, the ‘Textbook on’ series provides an accessible overview of the key areas on the law curriculum. This chapter examines freedom of expression in international human rights law. It discusses the freedom of the press and media; overlap with other rights (correspondence, privacy, and association); and exceptions to freedom of expression. The chapter concludes that the scope of the freedom of expression is still evolving and that international bodies are struggling with the challenges of the information technology age.

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