Have you heard about the recent kerfuffle involving Amazon's decision to pull a pedophilia manual from its catalogue? You can read about it here. The linked article ends with the following:
In a statement issued Wednesday, Amazon said it "believes it is censorship not to sell certain books simply because we or others believe their message is objectionable."
Personally, I'm glad Amazon decided not to sell the book (despite what they've said about censorship). When businesses start protecting the rights of pedophiles under the guise of "free speech", I think they've gone too far. And it just seems somehow wrong that a site that caters (partially) to children, with its children's book and toy departments, would also be selling books with instructions on how to victimize those same kids.
What do you think? Does this fall under the category of censorship? Or is Amazon's decision not to sell this disgusting book just plain old common sense?