Social Media & Freedom of speech


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Social media gives people the chance to say whatever they want to say, when they want to. Sites like Facebook, and Twitter give people a chance to voice their own opinions about any topic. There are some consequences that come with this such as cyber bullying and huge debates on certain things. Freedom of speech is the first Amendment in the United States Constitution. It protects a person’s right to freedom of speech and expression. People post anything online now. You can post about the government or any event that is going on in the world. The question is should people be penalized on what they say on the internet? Some people would say yes and some would say no.

In the article “Be careful what you post: Social Media and Freedom of speech” it talks about a kid named Justin carter. Justin wrote a horrible status about how he…

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