Thge difference between your web site and facebook is you, unlike facebook, aren't partnering with a NATO think tank to determine what posts are "fake" on your web site. Facebook actually is. On facebook we have a four person, government funded NATO team, in the form of the Atlantic Council's Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFR Lab) deciding what gets allowed and what does not. Aditionally, the Atlantic Council's Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFR Lab) is headed by a former National Security Council advisor for the last four years of the Obama administration, Graham Brookie, who is also its founder. facebok, of course, is also a top donor to the Atlantic Council, alongside Western governments, Gulf autocratic regimes, NATO, various branches of the US military, and a number of major defense contractors and corporations. See here - U.S. think tank's tiny lab helps Facebook battle fake social media So, yeah. There's the difference. And a damned great reason we dont wanna hear one more word about this so-called Internet Bill of Rights. These are the people who'sd be penning such a thing. Tread lightly, all. We already have a Bill of Rights.