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Freedom of speech onboard airplanes

Freedom of speech onboard airplanes

  1. Anonymous

    Is there no freedom of speech on airlines?

    [URL]http://www.sfgate.com/technology/businessinsider/article/Alaska-Airlines-kicked-a-passenger-off-a-plane-9964857.php[/URL]

  2. Anonymous

    Well, no, as “freedom of speech” is part of the contract between the United States Government and its citizenry, and does not apply to interactions between a private company and a private citizen.

  3. David W

    Furthermore, catcalling is just rude.

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