King qualify the idea of being against the government when it becomes corrupted to guide humanity to a brighter path. Described by Thoreau, civilians are encouraged not to let governments overrule by putting morals ahead of unjust laws. If governments did overrule and people refuse to disobey, the outcomes of letting unjust laws exist would be worse than evil. Thus, civilians need to civilly disobedient during these situations when unjust laws exist but if people are too fearful to act “until they have persuaded the majority… the fault of the government itself” would create a remedy worse than evil (Thoreau 9). Unjust laws need to be transgressed by the citizens in order to create an enlightened state, one that recognizes the higher more independent power of an individual.
Hate speech law does not prevent of exercising the freedom of speech but it has been found for reduce using freedom of speech and minimize making problems to other or causing harm to them. As a coin has two sides, Hate speech law has also positive impact and bad impact like adversely affect on social attitudes, violate the freedom of speech and psychological harm. We should not try to stop hate speech law but we have to continue trying to minimize causing harm to other ====h I accept all Criticism from any one, however not all of people who characterized by good behavior and politely Speak. I cant accept Speak in a rude, offensive and aggressive way their says even if it was true and right.
However, this idea overshadows how similar our countries really are. Censorship occurs everywhere, even in the “Land of the Free”. Things are swept under the rug and kept from people for the “greater good”, but should not the greater good be for people to know what is going on in the world they live in? People constantly post things just to have them removed; social media is a tremendous platform to inform and educate people on things that the news refuses to cover or hides. Concealing information and censoring the media defeats the purpose of the First Amendment and goes against the foundation of our country.
That is why Thomas Jefferson’s quote is right. Here are some reasons the freedom of press should not be restricted without losing it. It allows people to voice their opinions without fear of being put to death or being shoved in prison if there is a discrepancy with the leader’s opinion. If it was taken away it would get rid of the reason why we fought the revolutionary war. It would not allow
Freedom of expression is important but so is social responsibility. “In our efforts to make the Internet safer, we must be cautious not to erode the freedom of speech guaranteed by the First Amendment” (Alison Virginia King 848). The definition of freedom of speech is “to express beliefs and ideas without unwarranted government restriction”. “Those people who hide behind a mask of anonymity to abuse or harass or intimidate other people make a claim for freedom of expression, but this in fact is a direct attack on freedom of expression, to bully other people out of the forum so that they’re intimidated and threatened and in fear so they can’t express themselves” Sarah argued. I agree with
Twitter was less common in these particular social movements. Additionally, individuals were able to rally because of the safety and anonymity that social networks provided for them. Speaking out against the government was very dangerous in some of these movements, and as a result of that, people often constructed false identities in order to protect themselves from arrest and physical assault from police officers and security forces. Activists were also introduced to ways of concealing their identities through programs such as Tor, which provides users access to the Internet without leaving a trace. In addition to this, social media provided individuals such as Asmaa’ Mahfouz with a medium through which they could spread their thoughts and ideas.
This process needs to be altered so where people of certain class or race will not feel subjective and helpless to the process. In the Yale Law Journal: Plea Bargain as Disaster , author Schulhofer explains the disadvantages of the plea-bargaining process. The article is focused around the concept of separating the innocent from the guilty. Schulhofer recognizes that abolishing this process would only cause more problems for the system, so instead he analyzes how reforming the process would be more beneficial to both the system and the public. It is important to consider reforming the process in terms of system because there would be a clearer idea of what crimes are permitted to have pleas and which are
Many despise censorship for the restriction of information they should be free to have, however, not everything that is free is beneficial. It is essential to note the dangers teens can get into by being negatively influenced, such as becoming something they are not by complying to inappropriate mainstreams. In essence, censorship is needed to filter what benefits and what doesn’t in an adolescent 's way to adulthood. As a society that is filled with both corrupt and positive influences by the actions humans take, it is optimal to take what is truly needed and disdain what is
In the public opinion, sexual offence cases cover a particularly traumatic form of violence (BBC, 2013). Under the UK legal system, victims are vested with special rights separate from those granted to victims in other types of criminal cases. The Sexual Offences Act 1976(Amendment) guarantees lifetime anonymity for the identity of the alleged victim. This legal restriction means the media cannot report on any matter that may link somebody the victim to the case. This restriction was first proposed by Heilbron in 1975 to improve the rate of reporting (Robertson& Nicol, 2008).
The first, anonymity allows cyberbullies to prey on vuinerable peers without taking personal responsibility, just as they bring people together for constructive reasons, social media can connect dissatisfied, disgruntled, dislike, disliking, negative thoughts, and misguided people together, then they get logether and they might make a group because they have one mind, further fueling, negative attitudes and beliefs. Second, Social Media make us forget about the real world, most people prefer to spend time in Social Media, because they feel that Social Media has become a routine that they do everyday. Social Media not only make them busier than the real world, but Social Media succeeds in making them dependent or Social Media, and sometimes they forget to eat and bathe for being too passionate about Social Media, sometimes social media also make us smile by ourselves for seeing the news, or post from people who are in Social