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Inside Story - Should there be limits on social media?

In a week in which a 17-year-old was arrested for writing offensive tweets about an Olympic diver, a Greek triple jumper was sent home from the Olympics after tweeting racist comments and an English footballer is being investigated by the Football Association for comments made on his twitter account, we ask: Should there be limits to what we tweet or post on Facebook and, if so, who decides what the limits are?

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