Yes but it’s literally not free speech. You’re paying for a service to be provided by a company where you are given permission to speak and reply freely so long as you fulfill contractual obligations. Free speech is an entirely different, unrelated thing.

Yes but it’s literally not free speech. You’re paying for a service to be provided by a company where you are given permission to speak and reply freely so long as you fulfill contractual obligations.
Free speech is an entirely different, unrelated thing.
 I mean I’m glad you’re happy with the arrangement; but calling it free speech isn’t cutting it.
Imagine other spaces with free speech in it had to operate as X does; THAT would be absurd.
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