Freedom of information, opinion and expression

Freedom to express my opinion is important.

I deserve the right to express my view of topics of interest to me.

Australian law does not use the term ‘freedom of speech’.

That is an American term.

Instead we use ‘Freedom of information, opinion and expression’.

This rightly allows for Australian citizens to share information and share their opinions.

There are some limitations. The rights of another person or their reputation cannot be breached.

We need to ensure to be respectful of others. (Jackie)

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