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Social Media, Crafters, Gamers and the Online Censorship Debate

2019-07-12 21:09:30| TechNewsWorld

Ravelry, an online knitting community that has more than 8 million members, last month announced that it would ban forum posts, projects, patterns and even profiles from users who supported President Trump or his administration. "We cannot provide a space that is inclusive of all and also allow support for open white supremacy," the administrators of Ravelry posted on the site.

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