We'll just have to disagree on whether ceasing to fund a business due to contributions to political activity you disagree with is evil. I think it isn't.
When it's done to blacklist individuals from employment it is. History also disagrees with you.
The same people who are complaining about no headphone jack this year were complaining about Flash not being supported then.
Just like people have the free speech rights to use racial epithets, but are expected to politely refrain from doing so. Yes. There are a lot of things like that, where people can choose to do evil. When they aren't evil people, we expect them not to do that.
Do you want to live in a society where everyone goes ahead and does every evil thing they think they can get away with? Because I'd rather live in a society where we try to be good to each other instead.
"The freedom" isn't in question. Actually blacklisting people is.
On a personalized scale, people see their energy bills increasing and their freedom diminishing, but they don't personally see harmful weather changes and they haven't personally had to deal with water encroaching on their beach house.
Also, if I was someone like Phil Fish, I'd want to look up the definition and case law for tortious interference and consider whether I could afford to spend as much on lawyers as Palmer Luckey.
You offer several examples. None of them are "fire a specific employee who has bad politics or I won't do business with you". It's obvious why you want to change the subject from blacklisting Palmer Luckey to something a little more defensible. But we don't need to decide every question. Today's question is whether blacklisting a person from employment for bad politics is wrong. History and conscience should tell us it's wrong. The fact that people like you won't go on record specifically supporting and endorsing it should tell us it's wrong.
Since it's wrong, let's not do it.
I'm not going to lawyer it for you. "I oppose blacklisting people from employment because of bad politics. I support people being able to engage in their chosen political speech without their (unrelated, non-political) employment being threatened."
Can you make a similar statement? It doesn't seem like you can, because it doesn't seem like you oppose blacklisting.
what Google does. That's what makes a Google and Facebook so creepy. Microsoft is catching up to them.
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