WASHINGTON -- One of the biggest promises of the Internet was that it would have unfettered free speech for all.
However, a new study released Thursday revealed that Christians are one of the few groups being censored online.
The new media platforms of our world -- Facebook, Google, Apple, and MySpace -- all promise a world filled with much more free speech and democracy.
But the National Religious Broadcasters has warned these platforms could well be the new anti-religious censors of our day.
The NRB conducted a study of the social networking websites that showed even among the largest of the sites, only Twitter hasn't censored Christians.
"There's actually a pattern of anti-Christian censorship that's already occurred among several of them. And, then, when we looked farther, looked at their written policies, we found that [with] everyone of them, except for Twitter again," Craig Parshall, general counsel for the NRB, said...