Tuesday, February 12, 2008

American Life League Video Yanked from YouTube

The video criticizing a Planned Parenthood Commercial, promoting sexual promiscuity was yanked, but the original video from PP wasn't.
According to YouTube’s Community Guidelines, videos that contain “pornography or sexually explicit content, animal abuse, drug abuse, bomb making, graphic or gratuitous violence, accidents, dead bodies, or speech which attacks or demeans a group based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, veteran status, and sexual orientation/gender identity” are considered inappropriate material.
Mr. Sedlak claims that since their video does not meet any of these requirements, its removal “is a clear-cut case of censorship!”
However, Sedlak does not think that the fault lies with YouTube alone, “Obviously, Planned Parenthood’s attack dogs flagged our video to hide the truth, and YouTube caved to their pressure,” he asserted.

I posted a link to the video here. Voice your displeasure with this unfairness here.

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