Is there a limit to free speech?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
i think there is a limit to free speech. As long as it is not offending anyone you speak as much as you want.
- .Lv 61 decade ago
There shouldn't be it seems lately that people have taken the first step toward a totalitarian society and put limits on free speech, soon people will be sacrificing freedom for liberty!
- RayCATNGLv 41 decade ago
Of course there is a limit and there should be. You shouldn't have the right to cause harm to someone else with your speech.
- SheriamLv 71 decade ago
Yes; slander and libel are forbidden. Also in some circumstances you are limited even further; when under oath, telling any lie is a crime, although of course it's done often enough :P Also some discriminatory statements are forbidden, and of course serious threats.
- How do you think about the answers? You can sign in to vote the answer.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
- JacquesLv 51 decade ago
Yes, there is a limit.
- You can't say anything that will hurt someone.
- You can't yell out "FIRE!" in a crowded theater; that will just cause mass chaos (bomb threats included).Source(s): 8th Grade Social Studies
- ZLv 51 decade ago
Sure as **** there is!
Just watch this thing get flagged and deleted as soon as some turd reports it for swearing
- WCLv 71 decade ago
Sure, if you threaten Bush, you will most likely go to jail, even if you have no intentions of wanting to do him any harm.