Is Posting on Facebook a Fundamental Right?

"“That’s of importance to anyone who uses the internet and digital products and services,” says Neil Richards, a Washington University law professor who specializes in privacy and First Amendment theory.

Richards, for one, anticipates the latter. “I don’t think it’ll do much more than correct an error,” he says. “The court doesn’t want to set precedent for other cases unexpectedly without having those facts in front of it.”"