From: Adam H. Kerman <>
Subject: Re: BBC: Two men arrested for "wrong-speak" in England
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From: "Adam H. Kerman" <>
Subject: Re: BBC: Two men arrested for "wrong-speak" in England
Date: Fri, 9 Mar 2018 01:40:16 -0000 (UTC)
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RichA<> wrote:
>On Thursday, 8 March 2018 13:08:45 UTC-5, Adam H. Kerman  wrote:
>>RichA<> wrote:


>>Do you ever read these articles? The chants were taking place in a
>>residence hall outside this female student's door. Yes: I agree. That
>>would be a crime. If that had been the United States, no, that's not a
>>public forum and therefore not protected speech.

>>>Youtube attacked over "wrong-speak" video:


>>What if, say, Anti-Defamation League posted such a video as evidence of
>>the kind of speeches given by certain people? Would that have been
>>blocked too?

>I don't believe anyone should be jailed for saying anything that isn't a
>direct threat to injure.

It's perfectly reasonable to expect university students not to threaten
other university students.