I've seen quite a few instances that mention "Content illegal in Germany not allowed".
I know they don't really have a choice if they have German users or are hosted in Germany. But it sucks how the German government is legally allowed to stifle any discussion it doesn't like, with a very heavy hand.
Read the Wiki page of "Censorship of Facebook". Makes Germany look just like China with respect to censorship.

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@lynne Germany has a legacy that they may never be able to live down. I have know a few Germany people who have told me, "There are certain things we can't really talk about..."
@lynne seems to me like a lot of people use "Content illegal in Germany" to ban Nazism and lolicon without making it seem like an arbitrary rule.
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