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[–] Blacksdonttip 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Well the SCOTUS of the last 100+ years disagrees with you that "content neutral" restrictions aren't manageable in regards to the first amendment when the state is attempting to apply restrictions. You clearly don't know much the issue if you can't even recognize that "content neutral" standard have been one of the major rules in regards to government restrictions (censorship) on speech in dozens of SCOTUS ruling. Before throwing out poor examples you might want to try reading a few first amendment cases the SCOTUS has ruled on in recent history because if you don't understand that you're certainly not going to understand the nuances of private censorship. You might think "content neutral" restrictions are a myth, but Supreme Ct justices from the most liberal to most conservative have found the standard workable, so I think I'll trust their expertise over yours.