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If there was no 'public' government, would there be a 'freedom of speech'? If the whole world is subdivided into private lands and internet domains, each of which is privately governed by the dictates of its owner, does that mean anyone who doesn't own land or a website has no real freedom of speech? Actually, no real Liberty at all, since they will be subject to the whims of whichever lord's land they happen to be visiting or renting or trespassing on?

Is the ownership of land or a website the only way for an individual to have a right to Liberty, under natural law?