Timothy Garton Ash at the Brandenburg Gate: Should we all become a bit more German, or not, when it comes to privacy?

Speaking at the Brandenburg Gate on the 22nd anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Timothy Garton Ash, director of Free Speech Debate, discusses the new barriers to information and communication.

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  1. It was a delight to hear young Germans discussing the problems of freedom of speech with Timothy Garton Ash.
    I agree with John Stuart Mill that our freedom is limited by the freedom of others. Freedom of speech should not include messages of hate.

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