If there is content that amounts to hate speech and which is available in a country which outlaws it (like South Africa), we could start to see community activists taking action against the services that host that content. It would be really interesting to see how differing standards of free expression are dealt with and whether that content may be blocked in one country and allowed in another or simply removed altogether? I wonder what would happen if content qualified for protection under a country’s free expression laws and was banned under another?
That would be an interesting case …
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What do you think?