by Didi Rankovic, Reclaim The Net:
Even after appeal.
Facebook sure has its own interpretation of what constitutes broad-minded tolerance – not to mention, legal speech.
One religion’s central postulates should not be more or less acceptable than another’s, whether the “moderator” (that is, censor, a person or a machine) agrees or not.
But when a Christian posts that, “Jesus died so you could live” – which would be one of the religion’s core beliefs – the person behind the post may yet end up accused of “hate speech” over on Facebook.