Article 10 of the European convention of human rights states that all the people to express their opinion. People have their right to gauge a opinion and state their emotions regarding the events. This is a primary mandate for all the individuals in the society. They can have opinion and impart their viewpoints. This is the fundamental basic right that is given to all the people. The same ideology can be applied to all the media outlets. The states cannot prevent the freedom of expression or the press freedom in any way. They are allowed to voice their sentiments without any fear of retribution. Article 29 J states that the people are allowed to practice any religion without fear. At the same time, they also should not express or voice disapproval of other religions. People are practice their own ideology and form their own opinion. However the courts differentiate between opinion and facts. This nuanced form of understanding is important while expressing the opinion. If a particular false statement is posted as an opinion it is considered to be libel. Libel is the act of professing a statement as a fact even though it is not true. Libel laws can be very stringent. This is echoed in the case of Cairns v Modi (2012) where the tweet about a professional cricketer was considered to be libel (Thompson, 2013). The courts asked the defendant to pay £90,000 in order to compensate for the damage.