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Coronavirus: cover for a fresh attack on free speech in Victoria

2 June 2020

12:03 PM

2 June 2020

12:03 PM

Victorians have experienced an unprecedented trashing of their rights and liberties in response to the coronavirus pandemic, but now the temporary problem is being used an excuse to impose new and permanent limits to their freedom of speech. 

The recent call to expand hate speech laws comes in the context of an ongoing parliamentary inquiry into the Racial and Religious Tolerance Amendment Bill.

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