Article 101 protects the right to hold opinions, which includes the right to criticise, speculate and make value judgments2. There is no obligation to be able to prove the truth of an opinion or value judgment3, although an opinion must have some factual foundation4 and if it is presented as fact the person must be acting in good faith and have complied with the obligation to verify a factual statement
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