Scott Adams of Dilbert fame muses whether or not the 1st Amendment jurisprudence can be broadened in such a way to curb the abuses of social media monopolies so that they be regulated much like utilities. I don't find this persuasive, but do think the worst abuses, epic language and hilarity warning do need regulating.
Could social media be regulated under the public accommodation clause of the Civil Rights Act through DOJ regulations in order to create platform neutrality? I find the equal protection clause promise of the Civil Rights Act especially pertinent. Is there a historical precedent that fits?