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Hidden voices: censorship through omission

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Censorship is often understood as the act of stopping the expression of views. But sometimes it is more about whose voice is heard rather than what is said. Has the internet opened up and improved levels of debate or is this just political correctness gone mad? With journalist Bidisha, writer and journalist Peter Hitchens, feminist writer Julie Bindel and Cambridge sociologist Ella McPherson.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas 2015 series.

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