As for the "face to face" requirement: see Brandenburg v. US.
Brandenburg v. Ohio
A Klu Klux Klan meeting in Ohio was filmed and a newspaper report was made of it. The Klansman who spoke was arrested and charged/convicted with criminal solicitation ("If they keep pushing us, we'll rise up and kill them", or words to that effect).
The Supreme Court overturned, because despite the fact that the film could be shown later and the newspaper report read later, there were no blacks or Jews or federal government employees, etc. present at the meeting for the crowd who actually heard the speech to attack, and thus, no direct incitement.
Unless you're an anarchist, everybody is an authoritarian to some extent, even libertarians. The real question is, how intellectually honest is a person?
"you're better off on Stormfront discussing how evil brown men are taking innocent white flowers." Infinite Chaos