Facebook Censors LifeNews Story About African Pro-Life Leader. It “Goes Against Our Community Standards”

The web big Fb is being accused of extra censorship, this time towards an African pro-life chief.

Obianuju Ekeocha, founding father of Tradition of Life Africa and an adviser to African leaders on pro-life points, stated Fb blocked one in every of her posts in late October.

In keeping with the social media big, her put up “goes towards our neighborhood requirements.” The put up was a hyperlink to a LifeNews.com article about Ekeocha’s advocacy for the unborn.

She shared a picture of the message that Fb despatched her when it blocked the put up.

Ekeocha, a powerful advocate for all times on social media and within the information, lately urged Georgetown College college students to “respect human life from womb to tomb.” She has helped to reveal the worldwide push to legalize abortion on demand, particularly in Africa the place most nations shield unborn infants’ lives.

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Fb, Twitter and different on-line media giants have confronted quite a few accusations of political biases. Per week earlier than the midterm election, Susan B. Anthony Record stated Fb censored a number of of its pro-life political adverts.

Earlier in November, makers of the “Gosnell” movie stated Fb additionally censored their adverts.

Dwell Motion, the youth-centered pro-life group identified for its undercover investigations of Deliberate Parenthood, stated Twitter has been censoring its adverts repeatedly. Founder Lila Rose stated the social media website blocked their potential to promote and instructed them to alter info on their web sites in the event that they wish to begin promoting once more.

In 2015, Fb additionally refused to permit Dwell Motion Information to promote one in every of its tales as a result of “the picture or video thumbnail might shock or evoke a unfavorable response from viewers.” The picture was of child Eli Thompson who was born and not using a nostril.

Fb turned a topic of nationwide controversy in 2016 after a few of its staff admitted that they suppressed conservative information tales in favor of liberal ones. LifeNews.com, which is the main pro-life information web site on the Web and the one one particularly dedicated to pro-life points, has lengthy believed that Fb has been suppressing its visitors.

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