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Where do we draw the line between free speech and hate speech for text we print on Facebook?


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Kathleen Cochran says

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  • retief2000 2 years ago

    Can you imagine the trouble that many idle lawyers would cause?

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    KU37 2 years ago

    This may not have happened to you yet. I once spent (wasted) time composing my thoughts to make a contribution to HubPages that I thought was worthwhile. In no way could it be considered hate speech or spammy, but HP hid it because it was unpopular.


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  • retief2000 2 years ago

    in the United States, The First Amendment of the Constitution, the Supreme Law of the Land, requires that speech and the press cannot be limited by government. There is no "hate speech" only speech.


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