Free Speech Debate

Free Speech Debate (FSD) is a multilingual news platform exploring free speech issues around the world. I was FSD’s online editor until October 2012. Watch a talk I gave explaining FSD’s vision at the AMENDS 2012 Summit  here. You can also listen to the On Free Speech podcast I produced and hosted and a variety of interviews I’ve done for the site. Click the play button below to hear me discuss the project on BBC Radio Scotland’s Sunday morning Headlines show (I come in at 0:58).


Nothing Holy About Hatred? Not quite…
Free Speech Debate, 29 October 2012

The freedom to deface free speech?
Free Speech Debate, 10 October 2012

Has Innocence of Muslims ended YouTube’s innocence?
Free Speech Debate, 26 September 2012

How far can you get with machine translation?
Free Speech Debate, 20 September 2012

Even malicious Tweets need protection
Free Speech Debate, 1 August 2012

UN agency threatens Internet’s future
Free Speech Debate, 31 July 2012

The greatest Olympic free speech moments
Free Speech Debate, 16 July 2012

Daily blog from World Press Freedom Day 2012 in Tunis
Free Speech Debate, 7 May 2012

(Not) reporting homosexuality in the Middle East
Free Speech Debate, 28 February 2012

A Saudi blogger’s “blasphemous” tweets
Free Speech Debate, 27 February 2012

Does money have the right to speak?
Free Speech Debate, 10 February 2012

The Stop Online Piracy Act
Free Speech Debate, 10 February 2012


The latest from Free Speech Debate:

19 October 2012

5 October 2012

21 September 2012

7 September 2012

24 August 2012

10 August 2012