Regulate social media? No – we need a free speech law

Article 40.6.1.i of our (Irish) constitution guarantees liberty for the exercise of the right of citizens to express freely their convictions and opinions. So far so good. Unfortunately it heavily qualifies the statement with a ‘however’ in that this right “shall not be used to undermine public order or morality or the authority of the State.”

Aaron McKenna: Regulate social media? No – we need a free speech law


3 comments on “Regulate social media? No – we need a free speech law
  1. Steven says:

    No laws or regulations people. Just leave it a free for all and leave the god wanna be’s (politicians) out of it. If god has legislated on something respect that and if he has not made laws and judgements on some thing then it is up to the individuals conscience.

  2. YoLithos says:

    A wonderfull law! Denouncing the abuse of economic power to capture and dismember the State, and to destroy the public economy, and thus to lead to public unrest and endangering morality through impoverishment and financial corruption at all levels – that does not break or oppose that law at all! It actually bolsters and reinforces the intent and spirit of that law!

    All the politicians, banksters, financial drones, salesmen, media, and others who spoke for it ought to be immediately raided and impounded with the speed formerly reserved to grandmothers whose orphaned grandchild downloaded a formulaic hollywood sequel and a few atrociously neurodegenerative subliminal-toxic-meme laden “music” videos or games.

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