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How a Kolkata-born Stanford professor & other scientists triumphed in a battle against free speech censorship in United States

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 12 September 2023
Jay Bhattacharya, a Kolkata-born professor at Stanford University, and his fellow scientists have won a landmark legal victory in a free speech censorship case against the US government. The case began when Bhattacharya and his colleagues published The Great Barrington Declaration during the peak of the Covid pandemic, advocating for an end to economic lockdowns.
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