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Simon Tam of The Slants shares his experience with cancel culture, being doxxed and online harassment. In this episode, we get into Simon’s personal experiences with online trolls and others who sought to silence his voice through threats and calls for his dismissal as well as why individuals would ever engage in such harmful activity against other people.

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Published: August 12, 2020
Podcast: Legal Talk Today
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Legal Talk Today

A dailyish-to-daily show dedicated to covering essential legal issues. Hosted by Laurence Colletti, this short format program highlights what’s important to the legal profession, its lawyers, and their clients.

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