I am not a lawyer or an expert on this topic.
Treat them like a utility - something like a public service commission sets the rates and regulates activity. The electric company does not get to choose their customers or sell different quality electricity based on, for example, religious affiliation.
The network platform sells subscriptions to their search service or social media platform or whatever and they are not allowed to collect, sell or use subscriber data except for operational purposes, they are not allowed to manipulate content. Competition needs encouragement,. anti-competitive practices dissallowed, anti-trust laws applied. They are not immune to class-action.
I'm sure there is flaw in this, there is no perfect solution.
What I can't see is subscriptions. Nope, people will just go somewhere else. I think it's unrealistic to chop of their head. They'll lose a big portion of profit if they're forced to respect privacy.
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