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Germans have a right to freedom of speech. Their restrictions on freedom of speech are similar to those in America. One restriction in Germany that is notable is that efforts advocating removal of democracy are not covered as free speech. Another restriction is that Germans are not permitted to deny Nazi atrocities. Hate speech and incitement to riot are banned.

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