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    Hate speech is defined as, speech directed as a historically oppressed religion or racial minority with the intent and demean. Hate speech is can be protected by the first Amendment, “congress shall make no…abridging the freedom of speech, or press, or the right for people to peaceably assemble. Most forms of hate speech are protected with the exception of, obscenity, child pornography, Content-Based (advocacy for use of force/violation to inciting lawlessness), Non-Content Based (Time, Place, Manner)

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    Filtered Freedom Hate speech is often misunderstood because it can be classified as either careless or intentionally hurtful. Many people interpret careless statements as acts of aggression, but with good reason. It would be false to say that the freedom of speech has never been manipulated to inflict damage upon others. Questions have been risen of what hate speech is and if it should be allowed to be viewed by public access. Alan M. Dershowitz delivers an enumerative definition of the term by asserting

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    Hatespeech Hate Speech and the People who use it Hate speech; is this the type of speech that the First Amendment protects? Should this type of speech be defended? If this type of speech is censored on college campuses, have the students lost their right to the First Amendment? What kind of damage does hate speech cause physical and emotional? Who does hate speech affect? Is hate speech protected by the first amendment? According to Charles R. Lawrence III, it is not. “When racist speech takes

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    a reflection of that respect?” (David Cole). Freedom of speech, as it is protected under the first amendment, is perhaps the most important component of a democratic society. Without it people cannot speak their minds, cannot point out injustices being done by the government. Without it people are silenced. The right to speak up stretches across many topics, but not all of them are the kindest. Hate speech is a protected form of free speech, which is controversial amongst many because of its inherently

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    In order to reduce the astonishing number of hate crimes in the United States, the Federal Government should restrict hate speech, and the expressions of hateful ideas, in all its forms, in all places, both public and private. However, it is imperative that hate speech be defined first. Contrary to some opinions, it is possible to accurately define hate speech, because hate speech does not actually have many elusive forms. Hate speech includes fighting words as defined in Chaplinsky vs. New Hampshire

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    Freedom Of Hate Speech

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    The First Amendment to the Constitution guarantees freedom of speech to all U.S. citizens, which grants for the freedom of hate speech likewise. All Americans should have the right to express what they wish, even it might be hateful, to some extent. As long as what’s voiced is not threatening or turned into harmful acts. Hate speech should be included because people have the freedom to protest or challenge something. Free speech is a basic human right and it would discriminate to those who speak

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    Although freedom of speech is regarded by many as an essential part of a democratic society, there is ongoing debate as to how far this right should extend, and whether it is acceptable to place limitations upon the right on the grounds that the speech could be classified as “hate speech”. Hate speech is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as “speech expressing hatred or intolerance of other social groups”. This covers a wide array of language, from racist or homophobic language, through to

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    Hate Speech Regulation

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    freedom of speech has become controversial in the United States, especially, protecting hate speech or censoring it. Many regulating efforts have been attributed to the discomfort provoked by hate speech and its contents, in many campuses of the United States. Advocates of free speech and hate speech have retaliated in response to this regulation of their free speech and censorship of content in their speeches. Efforts to regulate hate speech are ineffective. Regulating hate speech oppresses rather

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    the leader of an extreme military group, like the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), was giving a speech, would you tell them to watch their language? Enforcing hate speech laws are unnecessary because there are alternative laws in place to protect human rights, civilization can self-regulate around negative opinions and most importantly, it challenges the constitutional freedom of speech Canadians are promised. The surge of social media platforms encourages men and women to communicate globally

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    balance needs to be struck. Too forceful limits on expression can lead to autocratic governments that jail dissident citizens and force its citizens to hide away original thoughts. Yet, laws that give a hall pass to all speech that does not present imminent danger merely allows hate groups to flourish and sow their ideals. True democracy ensures each person is allowed an equal say, regardless of any physical, mental, or personal trait. In achieving an equal say, all citizens must feel as if they are

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