Awaaz, Freedom of speech on social media

Screams from the Dungeon

             The right to free speech is one of the most precious rights an individual has as a citizen. This right gives people the opportunity to speak their mind and give their opinions of what they think should happen. These rights have been questioned and exercised throughout history, and have produced extremely positive things in a lot of cases. The questioning of these rights are not secluded to one era of time; they have been questioned many different times, in many different ways. 

In modern times, people are always protesting something and in the colonial times it was the same. People wanted their voice to be heard and as long as it is done in a peaceful manner it is legal now, but it resulted in punishment for the colonists. People have never questioned whether or not these rights should exist, the questions involve whether there should be limits or not.              In this era, the right to free speech is being questioned more and more. People are not using their right to free speech because they feel as if they cannot. This is not the case, just because there is a major conflict doesn’t mean they cannot let their voice be heard.

The people that do voice their opinions try to keep a low profile, especially on social Media. Social Media is the new face of hybrid voices. Social Media’s core cause was to keep people connected but now it has changed it dynamics hideously towards Digital Marketing and Bussinesses Platform. 

Freedom of speech does not mean that to speak non sense. It is to raise voice against what a person dont like and support a cause with a common intrest. 


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