Freedom of speech restricts the government's ability to suppress speech. The government may not restrict citizens from gathering in public or staging peaceful demonstrations, among other things. The First Amendment does not restrict private employers from firing you for talking about work on Facebook, but the National Labor Relations Board just might.
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