I'm actually very familiar with freedom of speech and I'm getting more familiar with your dismissive and elitist tone.

Freedom of speech applies, in the US, to the relationship between the government and the people. It doesn't apply to the relationship between Facebook and users, as exemplified by their terms of use.

I'm not confusing Facebook and Google, Facebook also has a search feature and quite a lot of content can be found within Facebook itself.

But otherwise thanks for your reply, it's stunning lack of detail gave me no insight whatsoever.

I'm actually very familiar with freedom of speech

Freedom of speech applies, in the US, to the relationship between the government and the people

You seem to be mistaken about your familiarity with the freedom of speech. In particular, you're confusing it with the 1st Amendment to the US Constitution. That's a category error.

elitist tone

LOL. Would you assert that you represent the masses?

it's stunning lack of detail gave me no insight whatsoever

A stunning example of narcissism :-P Hint: it's not all about you and your lack of insight.

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