Flamingo I love you to the moon and back poster

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The situation changes a bit when you offer your property as a public accommodation. Flamingo I love you to the moon and back poster. Say that you open a restaurant, a hotel, a cake shop, a photography studio.

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In those cases, you must offer your product to any customer who is willing to pay, on a first-come first-served basis. You may not refuse service to any orderly customer. They may not–despite the protestations of certain fundie cake-bakers–deny service based on sexuality or gender identity, race, age, religion, etc. Here, social media firms are a public accomodation. They are permitted to impose terms of service upon customers. It’s like if a place put up a No Smoking sign (happily, few places need to do that now) and someone lit up–the store could require putting the smoke out or leaving. Flamingo I love you to the moon and back poster. But the business is not liable if they fail to enforce their rules in some cases. Social media sites are property–they get to say “our house, our rules”. It’s fascinating that the very people who pervert the law to say that forcing a bakery to serve honest customers–or that a pharmacist gets to tell you that you can’t have a legally prescribed medication–are the very ones who are saying that FB and Twitter and the rest are prohibited from legitimate property rights. Samuel Multiple federal courts have held that minimal editorial content, like a fact check notice for example, does not change their classification of platform to that of a publisher. Trump’s executive order cannot change a federal statute and overturn 24 years of case law. Nothing is really going to change, IMO.

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