> You're also stretching the term "censorship" and related terms to an
    > area where it does not pertain.  For an organization to stand by its
    > values, and not say things which conflict with those values, is not
    > censorship.

    Fine. We can simply call it "prior restraint" if you prefer, then.

Neither one fits.  "Prior restraint" is US legal terminology for a
particular kind of censorship.  For an organization to stand by its
values is not censorship at all.

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