We live in an internet world. It’s impossible for a “monopoly of speech” to exist.
The baker makes wedding cakes that are a result of their religious beliefs celebrating a sacred bond between a man and a woman. Now he/she is being asked to alter their beliefs and make a cake that does not support their religion and goes against their convictions. Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, Youtube or the baker…if you’re doing business in the public domain and what is being asked of the professional or said on their provided platform is not illegal, if one is forced to still provide their services, all should be forced or…get out of the business.
Are you calling Bill Clinton a right winger?
You aren’t the customer of Facebook, YouTube, Twitter et al… you are the product.
Good point. YouTube is trying to figure out a revenue generating angle, and they still haven’t resolved the issue of copyright protections
…and yet, some of those companies make billions of dollars because people are using their product.