The actions of these bullies are too severe to not be dealt and prosecuted in court. An example of why bullies should be prosecuted in court is, the victim 's best chance of finding relief and be put at ease is to bring a private suit against the bully. The bully has violated many laws and social media agreements, stalking laws. But the private lawsuit does not give total esurance of relief for the victim because bullying is not against the law. Therefore making bullying illegal is the proper solution (Manuel).
To ban speech for this reason, i.e.,for the good of the speaker, tends to undermine the basic right to free speech in the first place. If we turn to the local community who were on the wrong end of hate speech we might want to claim that they could be psychologically harmed, but this is more difficult to demonstrate than harm to a person 's legal rights. It seems, therefore, that Mill 's argument does not allow for state intervention in this case. If we base our defense of speech on the harm principle we are going to have very few sanctions imposed on the spoken and written word. It is only when we can show direct harm to rights, which will almost always mean when an attack is made against a specific individual or a small group of persons, that it is legitimate to impose a sanction.
His gist is that privacy should be respected which makes him moderate moralism, law should only intervene when society won’t tolerate certain behaviour, law should be a minimum standard not a maximum standard and act as general guideline. Is the act of polyandry tolerable by the society? In some society it is tolerable but in some they will not. However, to abolish the act of polyandry will also intervene with the privacy on the individuals. Devlin would have thought the act of polyandry to be immoral and disintegrates the society however, being a moderate moralism he would not have wanted to intervene with the privacy of other unless the act has become very widely practiced and start causing harm to the society.
Sleep deprivation is used by governments to lower the pain thresholds of their victims. However, more importantly, it also renders prisoners susceptible to releasing important information. The United Nations Committee against Torture, the Red Cross and Amnesty International have all declared that sleep deprivation is a method of torture. It is inhumane and it violates the prisoner’s rights. However, Phillip Ruddock and other Journalists claim that because there is no physical contact, sleep deprivation is not considered
The so-called extrajudicial killings are forbidden to be narcotics. First, it is forbidden. Second, it is narcotics. They can also say that they are not justified, We, can say that it is only right for them, that in that way they will be released, but if you kill for no reason are you going tell someone? If, you walk in front of your loved ones would you be happy?
To continue an inhumane practice for a crime so megar, only to justify it by values, shows how oblivious the people are to basic human sympathy. As long as these ‘values’ continue to be overlooked, there can never be basic humane justice in our world. There are bountiful acts of cruel abuse that cannot be exposed and combated, but there could be hope within Michael’s case. The editor believes, “A case like Michael Fay’s is important because it provides a chance to challenge an inhumane
In contrast, individuals who are not integrated into the community or proactively involved with others are more likely to commit a crime because they do not feel a sense of responsibility to those around them, and they are not constrained by feelings of shame. According to Brathwaite (1989), shame is the ultimate deterrent against the violation of societal norms and in order to reintegrate, offenders needs to be able to view their act outside of their own perspective to see the harm that it has caused. The media without doubt plays a major role in shaping, framing, criminalising, and victimising individuals or individual groups. According to Davies, Francis, &
The character of the antihero is so dynamic that presenting cigarette or alcohol is not necessary. Depicting cigarettes and alcohol should not be something associated antiheros because they are flawed by something that happened in their person, but deep down they are good. Antiheros are like the average human being. We all have a situation that might drive us to do something horrible based on the degree of the experience. It is almost like the nature vs nurture question.
However, crimes are committed whilst in prison, such as drugs and assaults. Some critics say the ‘three strikes and you are out’ law where repeat offenders get a longer sentence are wrong, as the third strike could be a lesser crime such as public disorder. Nevertheless, if just incapacitation and no rehabilitation some critics say will be costlier to society as they will go out and reoffend and, they are not employed and pay taxes. Rehabilitation is also a punishment which should improve the offender's behaviour and stop them committing crimes. Advocates of rehabilitation state prison does not work; however, critics of rehabilitation state prison does work as the criminal cannot commit a crime against the public while incarcerated (Cavadino, 2007 p 36/56).
Because people rarely see an ad that impacts them negatively, they will never be offended; however, never being offended or viewing opposing arguments, has a negative impact because it makes users ignorant to opposing views and likes. Obviously, ads should be prevented from spreading offensive messages, but companies are naturally going to try and avoid offending the advertisement's audience. Advertisements, by nature, are trying to sell a product or idea; therefore, offending their audience would be counterintuitive to their purpose, and they would be ineffective because no customers would buy that product or idea. The fact that when using social media sites, opposing views are only presented when directly searched for proves to be foolish. Ads, especially ones about important, debatable topics, should be freely advertised amongst all