The pop-up terms and conditions element is the sharpest knife in the Facebook drawer, but, it is also, unenforceable.
Is a virtual world identical to the real world? No. The two worlds are divided by the voluntarily participated- in virtual world being optional, and reality being mandatory....for most of us.
Without an attorney present to explain the nature of the public's right to the guarantees of the United States Constitution, and to clarify the evolution of any given social media's terms and conditions, the methods being employed for censorship of clientele by the Big Social Media corps are an example of a monopoly which is being traded publicly.
Any evolving and convenience-driven policy of censorship, which may enforce an image of the CEO's personal political or religious views, represents an immediate threat to both the Constitution, the democratic ideal, and, ultimately will begin the termination of freedoms.
The resulting sell of this data is social media's bread and butter. That this issue is neither made clear, nor the proceeds shared with the victims, has begun to reveal a streak of factual observances of social media which are, shall we say....unsavory?
- Fact: if the terms of a contract are not clearly understood due to ambiguities, duress, or one person was sick or inebriated, or the rights and roles were left unexplained by one or more party, then that contract is unenforceable.