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On my blog I'm free to delete any comment I like, and I'm not beholden to the government to explain why I did it. That's simply the Constitution at work. How big, in your opinion, does a publisher need to be in order for their First Amendment protections against forced speech to be stripped away?



Right, because your blog is tiny and meaningless. When you control the eyeballs of a country it is a different story.


Can you direct me to the clause in the Constitution that limits free speech rights if you attract a big enough audience?


Anti monopoly laws, would be one. You can say whatever you want, you'll just have your platform split in smaller pieces to avoid harming the average individual.




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