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Opposition : Freedom of Speech on the Enternet Is a Basic Need

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Opposition : freedom of speech on the internet is a basic need.

A very good afternoon I bid to the honorable judges, accurate timekeeper, respected chair person, members of the floor and not forgetting my respected but sadly mislead opponents. We the government team are for the motion which is death sentence should be maintained. I as the 1st speaker will be presenting my case and points. Tan wey kit the 2nd speaker will be further elaborating   my points and will be presenting some new points. Tan Jen Wen the 3rd speaker will be handling all rebuttal and will be strengthening our points.

Ladies and gentlemen, just a few minutes ago the government team has defined the motion but a find that rather amusing as the definition given was unclear and has not been analyzed fully so I would like to define some keywords of the motion. Basic need would be the elements required for survival and normal mental and physical health

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freedom of speech on the internet could expose sensitive issues and also defame a company or organization

Restrictions on Pornography

Three times in the past five years, critics of pornography on the Internet have sought, through federal legislation, to prevent children from gaining access to it.  The first of these efforts was the Communications Decency Act of 1996 (commonly known as the "CDA"), which (a) criminalized the "knowing" transmission over the Internet of "obscene or indecent" messages to any recipient under 18 years of age and (b) prohibited the "knowin[g]" sending or displaying to a person under 18 of any message "that, in context, depicts or describes, in terms patently offensi

ve as measured by contemporary community standards, sexual or excretory activities or organs."  Persons and organizations who take "good faith, . . . effective . . . actions" to restrict access by minors to the prohibited communications, or who restricted such access by requiring certain designated forms of age proof, such as a verified credit card...


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