KUOW.ORG | When what you post online can get you in trouble | July 1, 2014 | Following an incident at the University of Washington in which a student was arrested based on his postings online, Clinical Fellow Andy Sellars was interviewed by KUOW of Seattle’s Marcie Silliman. In discussing what speech online is considered benign in the eyes of the law and what is considered a serious threat, Andy points to the importance of context, as well as the chances a particular threat will reach its target.
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