When bad guys march -- Denial, memory bans and social media -- Is Incitement on the Internet easier to punish than incitement on television? : a case study of the Koran-burning of Florida pastor Terry Jones -- Social media and fair trial -- Making the right to be delisted effective five years after Google Spain case-law -- First Amendment free speech rights against giant media platforms? : slim chance : why there Is no slippery slope from New York's public access cable stations to other media platforms (even if I wished there was) -- Pensées : speech, inference and the information panopticon -- Gatekeepers in the Internet era -- Fake news and democratic discourse -- Open government and privacy in an era of big data analytics -- The privacy of personal information under Australian privacy legislation -- Privacy : a post-Snowden analysis : comparative perspectives.
"The papers published here are "discussion papers" that were submitted at one of three discussion fora held in 2018. The papers, written by prominent scholars from three different continents, offer unique perspectives on free speech and privacy issues. One forum, the Free Speech Discussion Forum, was held in Luxembourg in June 2018. This forum focused on two topics: "Free Speech and Democracies" and "The Media's Role and Relevance in the Internet Era." The second forum, the Privacy Discussion Forum, was held in Paris, France, also in June 2018. This forum involved an examination of privacy issues from a multi-disciplinary perspective. Participants were given the freedom to look at such diverse topics as the Google Spain decision on the right to be forgotten, the Snowden revelations, the WikiLeaks disclosures, the Panama Papers and the Paradise Papers. Participating scholars could also choose to look at media intrusions on individual autonomy, as well as governmental and private uses of information (not only collection issues, but also distribution and use issues). They could also look at the challenges (and benefits) to privacy created by the internet. The third forum, the Free Speech/Criminal Law Discussion Forum, was held in Louisville, Kentucky, in December 2018. That forum focused on two topics: recent controversies regarding free speech and criminal law and the intersection free speech and crime"--