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Is it possible for a communication to convey a message that is legal, but ethically wrong
In areas where freedom of speech isn't allowed, it's possible for a message to be ethical, but not legal. [ If you took a soapbox to Tienanmen Square in the center of Beijing, China and made a speech on political freedom, you might make an ethical argument but it would be illegal. ]
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