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Jackson’s First Amendment Rights were violated. First of all, the conversation occurred outside of school. The school should only be involved if the out of school conversation will lead to someone getting harmed during school. Based on this article, it seems like both students were not fighting so the school should not have violated the students’ privacy and goes against the freedom of speech. Most students, when talking to each other, both in and out of class use vulgar language when talking to each other because they know it does not mean anything. As for the anonymous comment, I feel that the school might have a case against you because there is a possibility that people can be injured (but I doubt that is the case).