It was not an opinion cheered by free speech advocates, although that does not disqualify it from the realm of civil rights.
What does FSA stand for?
FSA stands for Free Speech Advocate
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- Framework Study Areas
- Fraternity & Sorority Affairs (various schools)
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- Free Syrian Army
- FREEDOM (Freedom for Russia and Emerging Eurasian Democracies and Open Markets) Support Act of 1992
- Fuel Storage Area
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- Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 (law)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
If the proposal is approved, the Internet will also be restricted and could potentially restrict civil liberties, free speech advocates claim.
Free speech advocates are concerned this could be a trend, and Steven W.
Students, opposition politicians and free speech advocates protested that Trivedi's arrest — on the very serious charge of sedition no less — showed politicians' increasing sensitivity to criticism.
The protests came alongside wider community action that has rocked Tallinn in recent months, with students, free speech advocates and unions all staging major protests against the government.
The philosopher, university administrator and free speech advocate Alexander Meiklejohn who died in 1964, was an Englishman much revered in America.
SAN FRANCISCO, Ramadan 15, 1432, Aug 15, 2011, SPA - A growing number of free speech advocates criticized a San Francisco Bay area transit agency on Monday, saying its decision to cut off wireless service in an effort to stifle a protest last week was unconstitutional, according to AP.