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We negate the following contention, : United States public K-12 schools should be allowed to regulate students' off-campus electronic speech. A Framework is two worlds Worlds with and without regulation cyberbullies are punished World without regulation Use ^this framework because impacts of cyberbullies create short term impacts -such as suicides, and have an extreme magnitutde -irreviversable ->C1: chilling effect and first Amendment -why would students not discuss in positive discourse? THE THIN G IS, IF YOU KNOW U’RE BEING WATCHED, U’RE LESS LIKELY TO SAY THINGS No evidence for this poin Yes we do C2: of schools abusing power -no examples - you say there’s no examples, yet you concede the schocol is corrupt -police brutality analogy Protect minorities: Impact turn: we can protect their digital footprint and create positive rights My effects that schools will channel are the most important this round because schools have the unique power to enact systemic change in society; therefore any impacts channelled in this round through the long term will not only affect individual students but
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also society as a whole in the future. Therefore the framework should value long term effects. Contention 1: Freedom of Speech Claim: The implementation of the resolution will be infringing upon many people’s first amendment rights. The Definition of chilling effect is According to a William and Mary Law Review 1 “when individuals seeking to engage in activity protected by the first amendment are deterred
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