Censorship after Christchurch

BY LIAM DEACON A friend of mine who also works at a national redtop sent me a link the other day, to a copy of the Christchurch terrorist’s live-streamed video of his attack. We now know those sharing it could be arrested for disseminating terrorist material, so it’s probably lucky I declined to open it. I didn’t, however, because I remember Twitter in the “wild west” days, when … Continue reading Censorship after Christchurch