New Internet media giants such as Facebook, Apple and Google are not giving Christian and other faith-based groups a fair shake on the Web, according to a new report released Thursday by a religious broadcasters group.
The report, released Thursday by the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), stated that many of the biggest new Internet sites blocked Christian content and refused to accept faith-based advertisements. In particular, religious content taking a stand against homosexuality was blocked for fear of offending other users.
â€śOur conclusion is that Christian ideas and other religious content face a clear and present danger of censorship on Web-based communication platforms,â€ť the 43-page report concluded....
Well, they don't need to worry about the Jerusalem Post online, for a Jewish site, I get bombarded with adverts of Christian fringe groups. One reason if you use jpost as a resource for article make sure you use the print version of the article to avoid a lot of "noise" attached to the article.
I see they use the word, "faiths" in the article does that include Muhammadanism, Buddhism, ad nauseum, also?
Surprisingly in the business world they have to pay closer attention to the Golden Rule than many Christians do.
Matthew 7 12 "Therefore, however you want people to treat you, so treat them, for this is the Law and the Prophets.---NASB
Apple has too much money anyway, buy an Android cell phone, buy youself an "Etch-a-Sketch" costs much less than an Ipad.