INQUIRING REPORTER: Should there be more protections from online hate speech?

In an online world, it’s easy to come across something that’s in bad taste.

With billions of people having access to the internet, it’s tricky to put certain regulations in place when it comes to hate speech and discrimination online.

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But after last month’s massacre in New Zealand that was broadcast live on Facebook, the question is becoming more apparent than ever before: Should we start to see a more regulated internet spectrum that protects people from hate speech? Would that contradict free speech? Where do we draw the line as a society?




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