Private Companies Aren’t Governments

Madhavankutty Pillai

The problem with Facebook and YouTube banning the Taliban

The Problem with Moderating

Why Twitter needs to get out of censoring and suspending its users

Man Against the System

Jayan Cherian is no stranger to controversy, he tells Shahina KK about the challenges of releasing his film on a gay love story

No Curtain Call

Censorship takes centrestage

Sanal Kumar Sasidharan: ‘Unless you are ready to talk, you are part of the problem’

The audacity of his art is matched by the controversy he courts. It’s the title of his new film that comes in the way of its commercial release. The award-winning filmmaker Sanal Kumar Sasidharan is in no mood to compromise

Prasoon Joshi: ‘I believe in the power of informed choice’

Prasoon Joshi walks the fine line between creative expression and hurting sentiments. The new CBFC chief in conversation with Divya Unny

A Passage to Unfreedom

Censorship in liberal democracies has shifted from policing the entire terrain of representation to policing boundaries

Among the Digital Dissidents

I have not found a better creativity-of-dissent narrative than Emily Parker’s Now I Know Who My Comrades Are: Voices from the Internet Underground

The Irony of a Name

Review website Mouthshut.com’s battle against being muzzled could strike a blow against online censorship

Dissent and Gag

A brief history of offence and censorship in India


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