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Offend, shock, or disturb : free speech under the Indian constitution

By: Bhatia, Gautam.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : Oxford University Press, ©2016Description: xli, 347 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780199460878.Subject(s): Freedom of speech -- India | Hate speech -- India | Libel and slander -- India
Contents:
Understanding free speech -- Common concepts -- The changing faces of the Free Speech Clause -- Public order -- Sedition -- Obscenity and pornography -- Hate speech -- Film and internet censorship -- Defamation, privacy, and injunctions -- Contempt of court -- The meaning of 'speech and expression' -- The meaning of 'freedom' : free speech and economic structure -- Surveillance, net neutrality, shield laws, and copyright.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages [333]-342) and index.

Understanding free speech -- Common concepts -- Note: The changing faces of the Free Speech Clause -- Public order -- Sedition -- Obscenity and pornography -- Hate speech -- Film and internet censorship -- Defamation, privacy, and injunctions -- Contempt of court -- The meaning of 'speech and expression' -- The meaning of 'freedom' : free speech and economic structure -- Surveillance, net neutrality, shield laws, and copyright.

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