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Alexandra Borchardt on Free Speech in the Filtered Age

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On January 1, Germany became a global test bed for efforts to police hate speech online. Media expert Alexandra Borchardt says while the German approach isn’t perfect, it is an important first step in tackling a corrosive social problem.

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