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Old 05-28-2012, 03:49 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by Dulin's Books View Post
instead of setting up petitions you should see this as an entrepreneurial opportunity. you should set up erotica ebooks distribution .com and sell your books tht way and also become a reseller for others who have been pushed out of other distribution channels
This. Businesses have the right to sell what they want.

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its not 'censorship' if its not done by a government entity.
Not this.

Organized religions don't censor information? Or corporations? Any attempt to suppress information is censorship. That's different than deciding to sell or not sell a product that is available elsewhere.

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2. any person who supervises the manners or morality of others.
Clear Channel didn't censor the Dixie Chicks? By deciding that they weren't "American" enough, weren't they imposing their values on others? Who are they to decide what people can listen to on the public airwaves?

When a corporation tries to block a story that may damage it in the public eye, isn't that censorship?
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