The Culpability of Free Speech – 7th Post: The Regulation (continued)

2018-11-28T19:35:34+00:00November 28th, 2018|

If guidelines should be established, ask the following questions: Is what I am about to share positive in nature or negative? - If negative, what is my desired outcome? - If positive, what audience might still have a differing opinion and am I okay with that audience feeling alienated? When entering into an online debate, [...]

The Culpability of Free Speech – 2nd Post

2018-11-07T14:36:14+00:00November 7th, 2018|

A little over a decade later, the abundance of the accessibility for opinions skyrocketed with the growth of easy-to-use Web browsers in the mid 1990’s. And now, as of the second quarter of 2018, Facebook has over 2.23 billion monthly active users – all voicing their opinions. We have always had the right to free [...]

New Posting Series! The Culpability of Free Speech

2018-11-05T14:57:59+00:00November 5th, 2018|

If you had to pinpoint a turning point, it was perhaps the launch of CNN in June of 1980. Prior to CNN, news programming delivered relatively factual information for an hour or two a day. After CNN, although it was an amazing accomplishment to cover events live as they happened and to have an endless [...]

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