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People often equate editorial discretion in private mediums as censorship akin to that found in totalitarian dictatorships. There is a difference.
People cannot be free to make good choices if they are prevented from knowing all their options. (By the same token, scamming, lying, etc are immoral.)
but not in all cases
if A tries to convince B with a text to do something immoral (like killing C). It would be moral to censore this text so B doesn't do the immoral act
it goes against freedom of speech
and it stops people from being able to judge and make their own decisions about things
and it can alienate people by hiding anyone who shares a similar view to them
all these things are abuse of a person, so it is immoral
Anything that can be censored can be considered art, art is free expression and it is wrong to censor free expression.
Censorship is occasionally required to prevent mass hysteria