No internet is more censorship than some internet, no matter how you gate it.
I disagree that "no internet" is more censorship. The problem with censorship is that it distorts the appearance of reality. If you can read FOX news, but not MSNBC, then the TEA party look like rational people. If you censor news stories about drone strikes, then bloggers talking about children killed by drone strikes look like conspiracy nuts.
In the ACTUAL example here, Facebook is part of this and you can find any viewpoint you like on Facebook.
Maybe. As long as you don't violate their TOS. Same with wikipedia, as long as the content doesn't violate their community standards. They're still talking about a small number of organizations, and it's quite clear that those organizations are subject to political manipulation. Even Google had to cave to China, and it's a little fuzzy whether there's any facebook there.
If you can't use an information stream, you'll find one that works. If you have an information stream, you don't know it's distorted.