s discrimination against those who defied its rulings no matter how weird they were. It was during this period that the people were allowed to be affiliated with their religious groups of choice, and speak freely unless in the case of slander or malice. However, this freedom of expression will be under certain limitations that will include obscenity, advertisement of harmful substances, offensive symbolic expressions, and inappropriate music. This will be in the quest to enhance morality that is an essential ingredient in any society.Still on government’s accountability, the media shall have the right to publish any story on paper, visual, or audio media provided the content is not malicious, slanderous, or used to incite. Moreover, the media shall not operate under the direct control of a politician or any other state officer to protect the fundamental rights of the press. Oliphant (2013) recognizes that the media is the avenue through which the public receives information regarding the performance and operations of public institutions. More so, he claims that press freedom plays a complementary role to the freedom of expression, hence few limits, if any, can be put against it. However, he disputes that the media in Canada should have the absolute freedom to air any story from anywhere without oversight. The Greater Freedom.
Bleich, E. (2014). Freedom of Expression versus Racist Hate Speech: Explaining Differences Between High Court Regulations in the USA and Europe. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 40(2): 283–300. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2013.851476
Brown, E. (2014). Internet Law in the Courts.Journal of Internet Law. 18(6): 24-27
Legal Information Institute. (2015). First Amendment. Retrieved from https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/first_amendment
Margaritis, K. (2013). Historical Development of Constitutional Limitations on the Freedom of Expression in Greece.Journal of Yasar University. 29(8): 4917 – 4932.
Oliphant, B. (2013). Freedom of the Press as a Discrete Constitutional Guarantee.McGill Law Journal. 59(2): 285-336.
Thames, K. (2014). Religious Freedom as a Counter-Extremism Tool.Vital Speeches of the Day. 80(5): 171-174.
Woodman, S. (2015). Segmented Publics and the Regulation of Critical Speech in China. Asian Studies Review. 39(1): 100–118. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10357823.2014.991271
Please type your essay title, choose your document type, enter your email and we send you essay samples