Published in Portuguese
What is the image that comes to mind when we talk about humour? A smile, a laughter, a soft feeling, at times quite critical, about live and habits? The invasion of the magazine Charlie Hebdo, which resulted in the death of some cartoonists and so many other victims, granted a gloomy perspective on the debate on humour and freedom of expression.
Article published at ConJur, analysing the limits of humour and freedom of expression through the standpoint of courts.