Democracy Wall: a test for the freedom of expression in Hong Kong

Papers are stuck upon one another disorderly on “the wall” as though they are created with much spontaneity and minimal care: open a new Microsoft document, type a few words, enlarge them and print – a poorly put-together improvisation. Posters “congratulating” Choi Yuk Lin for the alleged suicide of her son on the democracy wall. […]

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Public shaming is not fading (shame, anger, vote!) [1/5]

An outraged internet mob decided to make you pay. Individuals flock on social media to shame you, to call you names. The internet allowed these people to enter your bubble and use its websites to get more notorious in their action and to oppress you over weeks and weeks. Your private address gets leaked. People […]

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