Except when a word is made key and offered back to you at a price, words are free.
Kidding aside, it is not about keywords. The point is: The freedom of words is under threat.
Freedom stops where the freedom of others begins, that is the trade-off. Therefore, freedom isn’t merely a precious thing to have, but a precious thing to trade-off with.
Where freedom is, the abuse of freedom lags never far behind. But things have changed. What used to be the private reserve of monopolies, and conglomerates, the abuse of freedom is now open to anyone with a smart phone.
It doesn’t take rocket science, I think to notice that the demand for more tolerance for the intolerant is on the rise, just as are the efforts to narrow the limits of what words can be used, why, how, and when, and what not.
I think the free exchange of words is already under enough threat as it is.
Let’s do it for the children.