Public’ online spaces don’t carry speech, rights (Associated Press)

First Amendment protections generally do not extend to private property in the physical world, allowing a shopping mall to legally kick out a customer wearing a T-shirt with a picture of a smoking child. With online services becoming greater conduits than shopping malls for public communications, however, some advocacy groups believe the federal government needs to guarantee open access to speech. That, of course, could also invite meddling by the government, the way broadcasters now face indecency and other restrictions that are criticized as vague. Others believe companies shouldnt police content at all, and if they do, they should at least make clearer the rules and the mechanisms for appeal…..

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