Freedom of speech and expression, freedom to worship God in his own way everywhere in the world, freedom from want and freedom from fear. Back in the 1940s, the American president Franklin Roosevelt's four essential freedoms probably did not envisage the mentally scattered shenanigans brought to life by Twitter.
Freedom of expression does not endorse the unjustifiable abuse of others in the name of exercising freedom of speech, but no laws govern what is out there in cyberspace. Twitter Republic does not have a constitution, nor does it seem to be governed by any level of common decency.
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