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The Freedom Of Press Has Gone Too Far!

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Shaddy El Sabbagh

on 19 November 2014

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In the time of the founding Fathers the freedom of press meant the freedom to criticize and judge the peoples government freely and without consequence; now it means to give bias views or give personal attacks through freedom of speech, hovering cameras flown through peoples personal backyards, and using unfair and dirty tactics to scare people into submission
Selfish Abuse of the First Ammendment
In the Daily Nexus, a newspaper at the University of Santa Barbara, a student explains how he whole heartly believes in the freedom of speech as it on the surface is a pure ideal. He then goes on the discuss how it is abused by groups such as Pro-Lifers at universities.
Pro-Life Shock Campaigns
"This is becoming increasingly unacceptable and insensitive. I understand that all are entitled to freedom of speech to express one’s opinions, but students should be given a warning before they are subjected to seeing such images blatantly placed in front of them."
Drones Use by Media
"The FAA estimates that 30,000 drones will fill the nation's skies in less than 20 years as public and private uses are allowed." These drones catch celebrities while they are at their personal home, a place this is supposed to be secure. If it is acceptable to do it to celebrities then it is obviously acceptable to do it to everyone else.
Online Bullying Justified
"People tell me that if I don’t like the rape threats, I should just get off Twitter. But what they are really trying to say is this: Public space is not for you."
Jillian York, director for international freedom of expression at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, said that as a feminist and a free speech activist, she does not "want to see private companies arbitrating speech, nor do I wish to see additional regulations placed on what we can say online.” While censorship “is not the answer,” York says, "individual harassment must be dealt with by law enforcement.”
All Put Together
Through Drones infringing on personal property, People using fear and horrific tactics and calling it freedom of speech, and people individualy harrasing and attacking specific people until it does damage physically or emotionally, there has to be a line drawn.
Sources
1. http://dailynexus.com/2014-03-06/selfishly-abusing-our-of-freedom-of-speech/
2.http://www.latimes.com/local/politics/la-me-pol-drones-paparazzi-20140817-story.html
3. http://america.aljazeera.com/opinions/2014/2/online-bullying-harassmentwomenfreedomspeech.html
4. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2158120/Freedom-speech-mean-freedom-abuse-As-victim-I-welcome-plans-unmask-cowardly-internet-trolls.html
5.http://brandonacox.com/leadership/6-ways-to-abuse-your-freedom-of-speech-and-6-ways-to-respect-it/
The Freedom Of Press Has Gone Too Far!
Innocent until proven guilty?
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