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Is truthful advertising part of freedom of speech?

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Truthful advertising is part of freedom of speech.

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There is no "regulations " on freedom of speech. It is part of the Bill of Rights and something like yelling "fire" in a theater is NOT freedom of speech.


Freedom of Speech is part of the Bill of Rights of the constitution and not act.


It's not an amendment. The Freedom of Speech clause was part of the original ten inclusions.


The freedom of speech comes from the Bill of Rights in the first amendment. Speech as in rulings by the Supreme Court can be used in many ways. Protesting government policies is freedom of speech, political cartoons, books, editorial letters, burning the flag , and other sources are part of the freedom of speech.


Freedom of speech became part of the United States Constitution on December 15, 1791. That was the date the entire Bill of Rights was ratified.


Freedom of Speech, Freedom of the Press, and Freedom of Religion are all packed into the First Amendment which is part of the Bill of Rights and U.S. Constitution.


First amendment.Actually, in no place is Freedom of Speech described. It is mentioned in the 1st Amendment ("Congress shall make no law [...] abridging the freedom of speech..."), but is never defined or described.This is intentional, as Freedom of Speech is a concept that changes over time as to what activities it encompasses, and has no strict interpretation.


I don't know about the society part. Yes freedom of speech is a right. Check the first amendment. There are many different societies. Some have the freedom of speech others don't. Some societies that do guarantee the freedom of speech are: * USA * Canada * United Kingdom * France * Spain * Portugal * Italy * Switzerland *



It is part of the freedom of speech and protest. A petition is protesting.


Freedom of Speech is more than legal in Portugal. Freedom of Speech is part of the Portuguese Constitution. This fact is important since any Law that is made or approved in Portugal have to obey the Constitution of the country, thus the Freedom of Speech privilege is above any other interest and is one of the unchangeable pillars of Portugal.


This Right is found in the First amendment and is generally called the right to freedom of expression or the right to free speech though in reality it covers freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, freedom of religion, and the right to petition the government.


Bill of rights. Freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, freedom of press these are a part of any political activity.


because i have freedom of speech i can be a part of a racist klan if i want to be. FREEDOM OF ASSEMBLY


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Freedom of speech is the 1st amendment l, but it doesn't mean that if you're in a library you can have a very loud obnoxious conversation. Freedom of speech can be used in everyday scenarios such as freedom to protest, the right to say anything to anyone, as long as its not considered a threat, for the others safety authorities may remove you from the premises. But although freedom of speech is a right, rules must be followed when entering curtain areas, remember rules are part of the freedom of speech. Thanks for using answers.Com


the sedition act violating the freedom of speech!



Virginia is part of the United States of America so it follows the U.S. Constitution and the First Amendment. The First Amendment guarantees freedom of religion and of speech.


Children really don't have a "freedom of speech" in the sense that we think of it. No person has the right to threaten someone, yell fire in a crowded room when there is no fire, to bully someone or to do other things that really are not part of the idea of "freedom of speech." A child in foster care or at home with their parents has a limited form of "freedom of speech." The parents are in control, not the other way around.


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The First Amendment, as part of the Constitution, guarantees freedom of speech, press and religion and prohibits government to errect a state church.


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You are probably thinking of the Bill of Rights, most notably the First Amendment, which promises Americans freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom of the press, etc.


It is part of the Bill of Rights and passed with the other 9 in Dec. 15, 1791.



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