Originally Posted by Joshua.P
This isn't censorship. A business can choose what it wants to sell, that's its own right. Capitalism and freedom at work. If I own a mug store, and I choose not to sell blue mugs, nobody would call that censorship. It's only because of the controversial content that it is branded "censorship".
PS. I know it is a utterly, utterly horrible example. But you get my point.
The example works fine - a Manchester United store will not sell Manchester City merchandise - No blue mugs
For a better example, go and buy a Sony laptop in the Apple store (Or vice versa)