Insider: Search Term “Christian” Won’t Auto-Complete, Others Can’t Trend, No Notifications, or Recommendations
 Pinterest Blacklisted Pro-Life Group LiveAction.org, Classified as “Pornography,” Cannot Link to Site
 Leaked “Sensitive Terms List” Includes “bible verses” and “christian easter”
 Ben Shapiro Commentary Censored in “zero tolerance moment,” Slack Messages Reveal
 Planned Parenthood Undercover Videos Marked as “harmful” Conspiracy
 Veritas Calls On More Silicon Valley Insiders to Come Forward
BIG UPDATE: YouTube has PULLED this investigative report. A backup is available on this page.
UPDATE 1: Pinterest REACTS. LiveAction.org is no longer on their “Porn Domain Blacklist”
UPDATE 2: Pinterest REACTS AGAIN. LiveAction’s Pinterest Account has been permanently suspended.
UPDATE 3: A Pinterest spokesperson has provided a statement in response to our request for comment: “Religious content is allowed on Pinterest, and many people use our service to search for and save Pins inspired by their beliefs. To protect our users from being targeted based on personal characteristics such as their religion, we have policies in place so that ads and recommendations don’t appear alongside certain terms.” 


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(San Francisco) Project Veritas has received and published documents from an insider at Pinterest. The documents, which include product code, Slack messages, and internal policies, reveal terms and websites that Pinterest apparently censors.

In an interview, the Pinterest insider who leaked the documents explains how the company censors pro-life and Christian content on the website.

(Do you work in Big Tech? Project Veritas would love to hear from you.)

Said Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe:

“The documents we obtained raise questions about whether or not these tech companies really operate like neutral platforms, as opposed to publishers with editorial agendas.” 

Pinterest is a publicly-traded social media company headquartered in San Francisco that has nearly 300 million active monthly users. In the past, Project Veritas released undercover footage of Twitter employees discussing “shadow-banning,” and also published leaked documents from Facebook which revealed plans to target and demote conservative commentary.

“Somebody happened to notice that LiveAction.org was blocked…”

Full article and video: projectveritas.com

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