Freedom, what does this mean to you?

@Flolin (38)
Germany
October 4, 2006 2:21pm CST
How do you define freedom? What have been the most rewarding results in exercising freedom of the press? What are the most destructive so far?
2 responses
@nishdan01 (3055)
• Singapore
5 Oct 06
Freedom is freedom to epress and do things the way you like.It is the state of being free or at liberty rather than in confinement or under physical restraint.Freedom of press gives the press to reveal the truth without fear and suppression of truth.
@Flolin (38)
• Germany
5 Oct 06
Hi Nishdan, I agree with your first statement. But in the second one, do you think the press always tell the truth?
@nishdan01 (3055)
• Singapore
6 Oct 06
The press mostly tells the truth .But in special circumstances truth is hidden.That is why there are blogs these days.Many reporters who cannot reveal the truth through press reveals it through blogs.Recently,I saw a television programme where the press reporter told this.
@Flolin (38)
• Germany
9 Oct 06
Yes, I think this is the case in many delicate issues these days. Thanks for your comment.
@ssh123 (31104)
• India
6 Oct 06
Freedom of speech Freedom of action Freedom of Thought Freedom to write Freedom to enjoy the rights of constitution Lastly the definition of freedom includes, your right not to disturb or infringe other's freedom.
@Flolin (38)
• Germany
9 Oct 06
Would you agree that freedom of speech should be exercised everytime and everywhere? What are the pros and cons?