They are by definition a publicly traded company and not privately owned — this is a definition…
Todd Krieger

In the financial sense, yes. Glenn is pointing out the difference between a public (government owned) entity and a private entity (whether it is privately or publicly traded). Facebook is not a government entity so has no first amendment obligations. They can legally run their business however they want.

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