If you’re anti-abortion, Pinterest might accuse you of spreading ‘harmful misinformation’

Posted on AllSides June 13th, 2019
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Pinterest used to be a harmless time-suck that filled your feeds with unattainable kitchens, delicious cocktail recipes, and seasonal style. Now, it’s no better than Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube when it comes to social media censorship.

This week, Pinterest blocked the anti-abortion group Live Action from its platform for spreading “harmful misinformation.”

On Tuesday morning, Live Action's Director of External Affairs Alison Centofante announced that Live Action had been listed as a pornographic site by Pinterest. “It appears Live Action is the only pro-life group on this list, at this...

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