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Where’s the Prime Minister on the free speech crisis?

26 June 2019

12:55 PM

26 June 2019

12:55 PM

GoFundMe’s shutdown of Israel Folau’s fundraising page for “violation of … terms of service” is a troubling development for religious freedom and has disturbing implications for freedom of speech. GoFundMe has basically declared Folau persona non grata due to his religious convictions and the right to express such convictions.

As correctly noted by the Human Rights Law Alliance managing director, John Steenhof, in the Nine Network tabloids, “GoFundMe’s conduct should alarm all Australians interested in fair and equal access to justice.

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