Robin Vander Wall
This question has yet to be presented and it’s unclear how it would be resolved. It’s not as slam-dunk as it may appear to be. For example, nobody has a “fundamental right” to walk into a Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart has the right to refuse service to anyone. And even with public utilities, there is not really any such thing as a “fundamental right” (try not paying the bill and see what happens). We all agree that registered citizens should be allowed to use Facebook. But there is no clear, legal path in forcing Facebook to change its policy.