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What impact has the internet had on the freedom of speech? Is it good or bad that information is so readily available? In what ways do you think the internet sould be censored, if at all?

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Internet has a major impact on the freedom of speech because it has significantly facilitated or allowed people to express their opinions, views and raise their concerns freely as well as anonymously over blogs, websites, social networking sites, etc. Internet has provided access to huge source of information to people all across the world, irrespective of their location and has allowed people to raise their voice to millions of people worldwide and expose one's voices to people all across the world. With the help of internet, an individual can publish his thoughts to a much larger and global audience at much cheaper rates.

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