But beware: you may not discriminate against others on the internet or on social media either. A hateful remark about an entire population group or about someone's background, skin colour, or religion can be considered offensive and discriminatory. And everyone - you, I, we - also has the right not to be discriminated against.
Moreover, you should be aware that Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram function as magnifying glasses where freedom of speech is concerned. Anything you say or show there can spread rapidly - sometimes even across the world - and appear out of context.
Unfortunately, bullying (harassing someone) and discrimination (for example, insulting or threatening groups of people) are all too common on the internet and social media. They are forbidden and sometimes even punishable by law – people bully and discriminate anyway.