ISPs have a First Amendment right to block offensive content
Brent Skorup

The idea that ISPs have a “first amendment right” to what I put on their network is ludicrous. They aren’t like a newspaper that produces their own content; they’re a service provider, and just like a phone company doesn’t have the right to listen to my phone conversations, an ISP doesn’t have the right to block my real “first amendment right” to produce whatever I want.