Religious broadcasters say Internet service providers are censoring traditional moral views at the behest of homosexual rights advocates.
National Religious Broadcasters vicepPresident Craig Parshall notes that Apple has stricken two Christian apps from its iTunes store in recent months. Apps for the Manhattan Declaration and Exodus International both espouse biblical views on marriage and homosexuality.
A new NRB report also accuses Google, Facebook, and other Internet gatekeepers of religious viewpoint discrimination.
Parshall says they're private companies, so it's not government censorship. But he says religious broadcasters will urge them to provide an open forum for all legal views.