This question is probably a bit broad, but on what basis is an individual's views taken into consideration whether they should be provided service from both brick and mortar/websites?
For instance, if you had the following people:
- Person A - who believes that abortions should be reserved only for emergency/medical cases, and talked about it regularly.
- Person B - who believes that transgender people should be allowed to service in the US military and campaigns for such.
- Person C - who believes that religious organizations that take political positions should not be given exemptions from taxation and laws.
I've tried to pick fairly non-controversial examples, but I'd also like to include the more extreme versions (e.g. someone who dislikes Muslims and others who dislikes White/Caucasian individuals).
Can an organization (secular, private), choose to deny service to those individuals based on their views on that topic? And what would that look like online vs in a physical store?