by Earl S. Wynn 6 years ago
Is it violating a person's right to free speech if I delete vicious hate comments?Is it violating a person's right to free speech if I delete vicious hate comments posted on my articles, youtube videos, blog posts, etc?
by alocsin 7 years ago
Has anyone ever gotten this strange comment from a John Doe?"This review has zero content, like most of your site. You should be ashamed of your web SPAM. We can see you are all about ad revenue and just copy content from others to post more ads."It was posted on my hub here:<link...
by Tessa Schlesinger 2 years ago
Why are Christians permitted by law to prosyletize on the streets? Shouldn't it be made illegal?Religious organizations do not pay taxes so they should not be permitted the use of the streets for their 'work.' In addition, as much as there is freedom of speech, there is also the freedom to not hear...
by Nadia Ribadu 7 years ago
If someone doesn't like your comment on their hub, it may never letting them see the light of day? Where's the freedom of speech in that?
by Debra Allen 9 years ago
There be many religious people here that have threatened us with the world ending. They tell us that we need to repent and some use these as scare tactics. They seem to think that the Bible tells us the "signs" that the world will end. There has been posted somewnere on...
by irachx 10 months ago
Do we really have freedom of speech?
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