Free will is isn't free at all when it's subordinate to circumstance beyond its control.
Webster's defines "free" as
1» Not costing or charging anything, i.e. no price to pay.
2» Not subject to the control or domination of another
3» Not bound, confined, or detained by force
4» Not subject to government regulation
5» Not subject to restrictions
6» Having no obligations and/or commitments
7» Neither obstructed nor impeded
I watched a Chinese woman's propaganda on YouTube say folks in her country have free speech just so long as they accept consequences. In her country that means disappearance, years in prison, torture, privation, and very possibly execution. You see, if there really was free speech in China, then people could criticize the communist regime as much as they wanted without fear of reprisals.
In reality, God alone has free will; the rest of only have options.