""There's a common misconception that all speech is equally protected by the First Amendment," Hartzog said. "That's simply not true. As a matter of fact, there is a long list of exceptions to that. Much speech can be regulated and much speech should be regulated based on the effect it has."" Read more » about 21st century Facebook case results in 19th century Supreme Court arguments
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