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Freedom of Speech v Censorship

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Tom Mills

on 20 March 2013

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Transcript of Freedom of Speech v Censorship

CENSORSHIP The Internet:
Censorship vs
Freedom of Speech Censorship:
This is the practice of officially
examining books, movies, etc.,
and suppressing unacceptable
parts. Freedom of Speech:
The right to express any opinions without censorship or restraint. Censorship vs Freedom of Speech AND THE WINNER IS In Myanmar they only 1% have internet access. Also there they take a screen shot every 5 minutes In China anything about democracy
is banned In Cuba for getting a private
connection you get 5years in prison In the USA they have freedom of speech People can peacefully protest
against government decision In Canada you can be put in jail for saying something a Government official dislikes FEEDBACK CHANGE COLOUR SCHEME
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GO OVER IT SLOWER
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