I have a great deal to say about this. But I suppose the only thing that matters is, to what degree are we going to allow the state to determine our various rights and privileges based on our ideologies and beliefs. We have created the Soviet Union in the west, where you can’t get a drivers licence unless you feel all Ukrainian peoples should be starved to death for not having the potential to evolve to communists.
We had all better enjoy this brief moment of internet freedom. The technology to severely limit it and force what is published to ideological conformity, at least overtly, exists. This means its only a matter of time till its deployment. Canada has its ‘Human Rights Commissions’, and England has what we see every day in dozens of articles about restrictions on basic rights and freedoms, often seemingly conflicting ones. But all of them defer what should be the individuals choices unto the state.