From the March 22 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:
LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): YouTube has announced it's increasing its crackdown on firearms videos, just ahead of Saturday's massive pro-gun control march in Washington. The site, which is owned by Google, recently banned videos showing how to make firearms fire more rapidly. Starting in April, YouTube will ban videos selling guns and certain accessories, as well as those that illustrate how to make or modify guns. So, is this limiting free speech, given the sheer size of YouTube?
I'm worried that these tech companies become so big and so powerful they're like mini-governments, and then you start seeing the censorship kick in. Your reaction tonight? Now gun instructional videos, not bomb making videos, but gun instructional videos, banned.
Could this be the beginning of viewpoint discrimination by some of these tech companies? Like, it's now making a gun, what about making something that could be turned into a knife?