Freedom of expression, similar to all other freedoms, has its limits. Some of these boundaries, such as the protection of individuals’ and public figures’ privacy, and national, religious, and sexual minorities’ rights, are specified by law. Others are defined by ethical codes. Although these boundaries may seem to be unjust restrictions at first glance, when examined more closely, it is clear that they function to guarantee the freedoms of all segments of society. Disregarding these boundaries endangers both individual freedoms and the collective freedoms of various segments of society.