CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION OF FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN THE CONTEXT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Few legal, philosophical, or theological categories have given rise to such a great interest as the issue of human freedom. It is natural to be so because freedom is not only a concept, but rather an ontological dimension of man viewed as a person but also in the social environment.
Freedom of expression is an important form of human freedom, which is transposed into a legal form and becomes a fundamental constitutional right.
In this study we analyze the main doctrinal and jurisprudence aspects of freedom of expression. As a novelty aspect to other similar studies, the correlations between the legal form and some theological and philosophical interpretations of freedom of expression are analyzed.
In the context of the development of information technology in the field of communication, important aspects of constitutional jurisprudence regarding the protection of freedom of expression are analyzed, especially in the situation where the exercise of this fundamental right could be conditioned or restricted.