Pinterest bans pro-life group Live Action, blocks it as porn site; Bible verses also banned

By The Christian Post

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The pro-life group Live Action is slamming Pinterest for “trying to secretly and dishonestly censor free expression” after the popular photo sharing site permanently banned the advocacy organization for allegedly promoting “harmful misinformation."

On Tuesday, an anonymous whistleblower at the company told Project Veritas that Pinterest added “LiveAction.org” to its “pornography block list,” meaning users could no longer create pins that link to “LiveAction.org.”  

Additionally, “Bible verses” and other Christian terms also are listed on Pinterest'soffensive terms list, a list that employees add terms to manually.

Source:The Christian Post