(2x1) (2)
2.3 Explain how any FOUR key rights in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa
could be violated by the abuse of social media.
(4x2) (8)

Answer :

Final answer:

Social media abuse can violate rights such as freedom of speech, privacy, equality, and the right to life.


Freedom of Speech: Social media abuse can lead to the infringement of individuals' freedom of speech by spreading hate speech or silencing dissenting opinions.

Right to Privacy: Posting personal information or unauthorized images on social media without consent violates individuals' right to privacy.

Equality: Discriminatory content on social media can perpetuate inequality and violate individuals' right to equality.

Right to Life: Cyberbullying and online harassment through social media can threaten individuals' right to life by causing mental and emotional harm.

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