Being free to express yourself also means being able to use your language. What happens when you can’t? Let us know of interesting cases here.
Being free to express yourself also means being able to use your own language. It cannot reasonably compel people not to use their own mother tongues – and only for very good reasons should it limit their use of visual languages, symbols of importance to particular groups, forms of dress, and so on. When that happens, it is a violation of the basic principle of free expression. If you know of any interesting cases, please describe them here.