"The government isn't involved, so it's not a free speech issue." Follow any debate over censorship these days, and one is likely to hear this misguided view stated repeatedly. It means, in effect, that free speech is a legal right against the government, but not a spirit or value that the broader society should honor. In an interview with Above the Law, First Amendment lawyer Ken White (of "
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Opposition TDs have criticised the granting of a hospital building contract to a firm which has been caught up in a controversy where serious structural defects were found at 23 schools that it built. Read more