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Journalism ver 3.0

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  • 1. KANCELARIA NOTARIALNAHATE SPEECH & FREEDOM OF SPEECHBUSS100 : Journalism And Freedom
  • 2. 01. HATE SPEECHHate speech is, outside the law, communication that vilifies a person or agroup based on discrimination against that person or group. BUSS100 : Journalism And Freedom
  • 3. 02. HATE SPEECHIn law, hate speech is any speech, gesture or conduct, writing, or displaywhich is forbidden because it may incite violence or prejudicial action againstor by a protected individual or group, or because it disparages or intimidatesa protected individual or group.*The law may identify a protected individual or a protected group by certain BUSS100 : Journalism And Freedom
  • 4. 03HATE SPEECH
  • 5. RIGHT TOFREEDOM OFEXPRESSIONRecognized as a human right underArticle 19 of the UniversalDeclaration of Human Rights andrecognized in international humanrights law in the InternationalCovenant on Civil and PoliticalRights (ICCPR).
  • 6. FREEDOMOF SPEECH
  • 7. FREEDOM OF SPEECH
  • 8. "Freedom of expression"For other uses, see Freedom of expression (disambiguation).
  • 9. 03FREEDOM OF SPEECHFreedom of speech is the political right tocommunicate ones opinions and ideas. Theterm freedom of expression is sometimesused synonymously, but includes any act ofseeking, receiving and imparting informationor ideas, regardless of the medium used.
  • 10. FREEDOM OF SPEECHFreedom of speech is the political right to communicateones opinions and ideas. The term freedom of expressionis sometimes used synonymously, but includes any act ofseeking, receiving and imparting information or ideas,regardless of the medium used.
  • 11. 04 FREEDOMOF SPEECH
  • 12. FREEDOM OF SPEECHFreedom of speech may be legally curtailed in some religiouslegal systems and in secular jurisdictions where it is found tocause religious offense, such as the British Racial andReligious Hatred Act 2006.
  • 13. 05. FREEDOM OF SPEECH Freedom of speech may be legally curtailed in some religious legal systemsand in secular jurisdictions where it is found to cause religious offense, such as the British Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006.
  • 14. THANK YOU -TEAM NAME-

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