Consumer protection or curb on right to speech and expression?

-writing from Harvard Law School   There have been recent news reports (though surprisingly few - here and here) on new government regulations that ostensibly seek to protect cell phone users from unwanted marketing calls, but may actually amount to restrictions on individual rights to free speech and expression. The telecom regulator TRAI introduced regulations … Continue reading Consumer protection or curb on right to speech and expression?

Google vs. China: Exit, or Pushed out?

A recent article in Foreign Policy has a different take on Google's move to Exit China (previous blog entry here). ┬áIt claims that: 1. The day Google announced it might pull out of China, "Baidu, Google's dominant rival in China, saw its Nasdaq stock shoot up $64.01, or 16.6 percent. China's third- and fourth-place search … Continue reading Google vs. China: Exit, or Pushed out?