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» Australian Blawg Review #85 covers the globe. from What About Clients?
Too right! Do see Blawg Review #85, one of the best editions of Blawg Review you'll see, and a truly international one, by Peter Black of Brisbane, Queensland at Freedom to Differ.... [Read More]

» Blawg Review #85 from Antitrust Review
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» _Freedom To Differ_ Hosts Blawg Review #85 from Transcending Gender
This weeks Blawg Review is introduced here. Peter Black is hosting at his blog, Freedom to Differ. Peter teaches Intellectual Property, Australian Federal Constitutional Law and Legal Regulation of the Internet at Queensland University of Techno... [Read More]

» Weekly Roundup of Weekly Roundups from Watcher of Weasels
King of Fools hasn't put together this week's Carnival of the Carnivals, and quite possibly never will again, but the show must go on: The Blawg ReviewThe Carnival of the CapitalistsThe Carnival of EducationThe Carnival of the InsanitiesThe Carnival of... [Read More]

» Blawg Review #86 from PointOfLaw Forum
This week the links roundup is at Infamy or Praise, cleverly arranged around Dante's Purgatorio, and mentions this site. Last week's was at the Australia-based Freedom to Differ.... [Read More]

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  • Peter Black
    Lawyer, lecturer, blogger, geek and obsessive compulsive Twitterer

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    This blog speaks freely about law, politics and the internet. While the focus is on Australia, developments in other nations around the world are considered as well.
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    The title of this blog is inspired by the Opinion of the US Supreme Court in Board of Education v Barnette 319 US 624 (1943): "But freedom to differ is not limited to things that do not matter much. That would be a mere shadow of freedom. The test of its substance is the right to differ as to things that touch the heart of the existing order."

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