Freedom Without Censorship


Freedom Without Censorship

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The right to express any opinion in public without censorship or restraint by the government.

This definition misses some critical aspects of our common usage of the term. For instance, free speech is of no value if nobody is allowed to listen to the speech; people in solitary confinement have perfectly free speech, but that does not mean that we would have considered it an acceptable solution to lock up Martin Luther King Jr. in solitary confinement and let him preach what he may; along with the obvious unjust imprisionment we would consider this to be an obvious example of trampling on free speech. We should also consider the right to free speech as the right to listen to anybody we choose (subject to possible exceptions later), thus

Free Speech

The right to express any opinion in public without censorship or restraint by the government, and the corresponding right to experience anybody’s expressions in public without censorship or restraint by government. Considering both the target of the speech and the publisher of the speech is necessary. Censorship

The methods of suppressing free speech and the methods of censoring are very different. Suppression of free speech tends to occur through political or legal means. Someone is thrown in jail for criticizing the government, and the police exert their power to remove the controversial content from the Internet. or having your childr/en taken into care and  retained custody http://towardchangechildrenandfamilies.blogspot.co.uk/

Combating Censorship and Free Speech Suppression

The ways of combating suppression of free speech and censorship must also differ. Censorship is primarily technological, and thus technological answers may be found to prevent censorship, though making it politically or legally unacceptable can work. Suppression of free speech, on the other hand, is primarily political and legal, and in order to truly win the battle for free speech, political and legal power will need to be brought to bear.

Summary

  • Free speech is the right to express any expression in public, and the corresponding right to experience anybody’s expressions in public, without being pressured, denied access, arrested, or otherwise punished by anyone, subject to somewhat fuzzy, but fairly well-understood exceptions.
  • Censorship is the act of changing a message, including the act of deletion, between the sender and the receiver, without the sender’s and receiver’s consent and knowledge.

Sources: jerf.org and @wainewarren

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