I have a debate coming up for my politics class on freedom of speech. I'm a main speaker and have to give a 3 minute speech for the idea of "monitoring freedom of speech" and I started planning my speech and was wondering if anyone had any points on it. You can be against the idea of monitoring or censoring freedom of speech or you can be against the idea of having no limits to freedom of speech. I would like to here any points and peoples view, thank you.
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- 02-11-2016 14:00
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- 04-11-2016 15:20
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- 09-11-2016 23:20
Freedom of speech guarantees the freedom of press I assume?
The freedom of press is abused by billionaires such as Murdoch who have the power to determine democracy (1992, 1997, 2010, EU referendum). Speaking of the EU referendum... hate language, unjustified attacks on our judiciary, the lies in campaigns such as the leave campaign. These all demonstrate areas of free speech that should be regulated.
Hopefully I'm not too late!