Saturday, October 29, 2016

Social media, free speech and jurisdiction over civilians: a case from Venezuela

Four Venezuelan civilians have been charged before a military court for making a video for opposition political party Primero Justicia. The offense (among others): insulting the flag and the armed forces. The video was posted on Twitter. Details here, in Spanish.

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