Sometimes I see a complaint from the freeze peach crowd that they want their rights online to be the same as their legal rights.And that's when we get into the difference between privately owned online and "public" online. To me, "public" social means gov't owned and operated. Which means tax me and provide me a service via the gov't. I'm fine with that, but I don't think many libertarians and free online speech advocates are. Bit of a catch 22.

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