Francisco José Contreras, a politician in Spain, was temporarily suspended from Twitter last week after declaring that "a man cannot get pregnant".
Facebook: Anyone posting claims that Covid-19 was "man-made or manufactured" could have seen their posts removed or restricted, and repeatedly sharing the allegation could have led to a ban from the site entirely.
China critic Peter Humphrey, who lives in the United Kingdom, was locked out of his account and saw that his comments calling China an "oppressive dictatorship" had been removed.
Today, if you challenge climate policy, you are likely to join the digital gulag, an intellectual imprisonment encouraged by journalists who see themselves as active partisan shapers, as opposed to reporters, of events.
Question: When does "misinformation" stop being misinformation on social media? Answer: When Democratic government authorities give permission. -WSJ Editorial Board
Facebook decided its users should not be able to share a New York Post article about the property buying habits of one of the founders of Black Lives Matter.
This is beyond Soviet Style censorship when you are not even allowed to share a clip of a doctor sharing factual scientific, researched information & info about the early treatment results he is getting with his own patients. -Melissa Tate