You are not allowed to yell “fire!” in a movie theater—it is not

 
You are not allowed to yell “Fire!” in a movie theater—it is not protected speech—and yet people can hurl insults at you with almost no fear of prosecution. They are stating their opinion, protected by the First Amendment and free speech. This dilemma raises the critical question: Where do we draw the line?
In this Discussion, you will consider how “free” speech is today, how social media has played a role, and what we should be doing to promote, or protect, our speech.
To prepare for this Discussion: