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Do you want to discuss free speech and religion with your friends? Or the issue of privacy with a class of students? Or official secrecy with your fellow activists?

In that case, do please make your own guided tour from the content on the site. Not all our content will be suitable or interesting for all groups, so we’d like you to have the choice of sharing what you want to show. All of our articles are released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-ShareAlike licence allowing you to share and adapt our material for non-commercial purposes, with attribution.

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Use Storify to combine our content to create a timeline, as we did here on Charlie Hebdo’s journey, which you can then share with others.

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