Tag: civil liberty
Britain’s Pornographer and Puritan Coalition
This is a cross-post from Notes on Liberty. Brexit isn’t the only ridiculous thing happening in the United Kingdom. In April, the British government is rolling out statutory adult verification for pornography websites and content platforms. This requires all adult content providers to have proof of age or identity for […]
Facebook and the closing of the digital mind
While Governments can use the force of law to stifle expression on the Internet, they are far from the only threat to free speech. Tim Berners-Lee, one of the original creators of the World Wide Web, highlights the increasing use of closed Internet architecture, spearheaded by companies like Facebook and […]
Gender crossing in academia
Via the Oxford Libertarian Society, here is an interesting personal account by Deirdre McCloskey. She is the most prominent economist to undergo a gender transition during her academic career.