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You are breaking no laws by exercising your right of free speech, but your parents can order you not to. It's like you have the right to ride a bicycle, but your parents can tell you not to do it. A police officer won't bother you; they won't say "you are only 17 / 16 / 15 / 9 years old, you are not allowed to express your political opinion". So ...


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The First Amendment generally prohibits the government from taking any actions to limit your speech, the same as adults. There are certain exceptions, particularly if you are enrolled in a public school, which has some latitude to impose speech restrictions to “avoid substantial interference with school discipline or the rights of others” Tinker v. Des ...


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Your first amendment rights are not granted at the age of majority, they are yours as soon as you are born. It's as simple as that. Now the "sharing" part may be a little harder, assuming you are doing so online you need to abide by any age restriction in the forum of your choice (provided that forum is private property), but you still have the ...


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