September 4, 2012
The National Religious Broadcasters organization plans a proposal to new media companies like Facebook, Google and Apple on “how to balance their free enterprise rights with the free speech rights of Internet users.”
The group plans to release a “Free Speech Charter for the Internet” in the coming days, Sept. 12. It cites recent incidents such as the Chick-fil-A protests, wherein NRB feels that certain positions were discriminated against by some Internet media companies.
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