The problem is that when people talk about free speech, they're referring to two things: free speech as a right and free speech as a value. Sure, private entities have the right to censor whatever they like, but one can still make a convincing case in the utilitarian-classic-liberal sense that allowing free speech and public discourse as much as possible is valuable, and thus *criticize* those who censor (and the culture that encourages such censoring).
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