Private parties can decide whose speech they want to distribute. That's a First Amendment right, not a Section 230 right.
"Many people ... trust these big tech companies frankly more than they do their politicians," Politico's chief technology correspondent says.
SCOTUS says it is unconstitutional to reject trademarks because they use offensive terms like racial slurs.
Twitter's high-profile spat over speech highlights the gap between ideals, reality
An Arcata, California ordinance did not allow non-aggressive requests for money, including signs, in many parts of town. But that all changed when a judge ruled the mandate unconstitutional.