Anti-4.5Chan activist Part-time BLM faraax
That entire argument you bolded was to highlight that even in a libertarian society such as the US, in which most of these companies are based mind you, it is not an illicit act but rather an act based within the so-called "bill of rights".Corporate Big Tech, liberal, lies.
Nobody is forcing me to use their plateforms; as them shall stop positionning themselves as free-plateforms for political and social talks.
Trump and other U.S politicians who got wrongfully censored didn't deserve it when you know that these companies allow Public Debates (with their own agenda) and thus, making it (social medias) as direct-democratic plateforms.
This hypocritical pseudo libertarian opinion doesn't stand for so long when you know that Mark Zuckerberg got relations with the European Union, esp France, and he does enjoy having some tax exonorations from Macron. It's funny to bring up the freedom of Companies to " work as they want, without any state interefence" while they love having a little handy from neo-Liberals like Emmanuel Macron.
And thus, the "Social Media" Corporates have establish themselves as reliable political pivots for the People and their favorite politicians, while enjoying a few privileges from countries like some European nations.
I'm as free to troll, use and degrade their "social media" apps as I'm capable of it.
They can kiss my ass if they want my ID card.
Facebook already has your name, city, school and other key details even if you don't provide it. They already have ownership over your photos also.
What difference does an ID card make?
This measure allows people to fully understand that companies have their details and that anonymity on the internet is a myth.