Can I sue an android mobile game publishing company for violating my first amendment rights?
3 attorney answers
The First Amendment protects you only from governmental action against you for things you say. You have no Constitutional right to say anything you want in a private forum. The app is free to block you.
No. You have no first amendment rights against a game developer.
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No. The first amendment is irrelevant in this situation.
The first amendment says that the government cannot restrict your free speech. The game is not the government. The game is a private company and they don't want you on their server. They have every right to kick you out.