ipso facto. No, what's being glossed over is that some human will have to apply manhours to examining all that data. That's not easy work. It's slow and tedious. It requires meticulous attention to detail, and documented accuracy by the reviewer.* It will require weeks. The delay will amount to no more than a "show good cause" separation of the People against themselves. Above that, it will not be cheap, the State will want some way to defray the absurd expense of investigating the law abiding for examples of illegality. At New York rates, the cheapest this sort of investigation is like to run is $2000 to $2500. Justice Thomas went to considerable effort documenting the rare and specific historical precedents for forcing Peace or Surety Bonds upon the law-abiding. Dividing the People against themselves based on ability to pay will also be found wanting of 14th Amendment compliance. Now, the above will be a huge impetus by dot gov to generate shortcuts, to use bots or the like; keyword searching of the social accounts. which creates yet further issues (encryption of accounts, for just the one)** The question remains as to whether it will take another decade of lawsuits to settle out. _______________________ *The law will, naturally, not address the implications of being denied by way of Reviewer incompetency, nor of the 4th Amendment implications the process will be rife with. **The 6th Amendment implications of not being able to confront one's "accuser" beggar imagination. This is why real, actual, Background Investigations are long and complicated, and require extensive documentation.