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Freedom of speech in reviews

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I recently stayed in a cottage managed by PEI Vacation Properties. They manage such properties as the Island Crest Chalet, Stanhope Chalet, Dragonfly Landing and Ocean Dunes. After my stay in one of the cottages, I wrote a review. The review was not nasty. I simply pointed out that we had no toilet paper or propane and the toilet was plugged. Now the management company is holding our damage deposit until we retract the review. The easiest thing to do would be to give in. However, I can't forfeit my basic human right for $1000. What should I do?

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