September 18, 2012
Concerned that social media companies are unduly inhibiting legal speech, the National Religious Broadcasters have proposed a Free Speech Charter for the Internet that proposes that new media companies like Google and Apple and Facebook confine their content restrictions to traditionally unprotected speech: obscenity (and indecency), fraud, incitement to violence and unlawful conduct.
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