Censorship And Freedom Of Speech

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What is freedom of speech? What is the limit of our freedom of speech? Freedom of speech is the right to speak without censorship or limitation by the government and without having to fear that there will be any action taken against them. Restrictions must not be based on a certain tradition or religion and must not discriminate against anyone living in a particular country. Other countries have already applied freedom of speech in their culture, such as Jamaica, Chile, New Zealand and Uruguay. As stated in (www.therichest.com) New Zealand is ranked number one amongst the top rankings of countries with the most freedom of speech. Everyone has the right of expressing themselves, including the freedom to seek, receive, and impart information and opinions of any kind in any form and the attitude of New Zealand towards this matter has been attributed to being a parliamentary democracy. Other countries on the other hand support the idea of censorship instead of freedom of speech. Censorship is the control or prohibition of speech, ideas or writings that are deemed as improper, expressive or unduly disputable. In Eritrea, Only state media is allowed to publish news. Reporters try to upload to local websites and radio broadcasts through internet access; however connection to the Internet is extremely limited and is only available through slow dial-up connections because of signal jamming and tight control online by the local service provider EriTel. Singapore is in between
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