Gun-Rights Group Claims Amazon, Facebook Censored Their Website


A collection of gun-rights organizations that posted to their website the files at the center of the ongoing legal controversy over 3D-printed guns now claims that Amazon and Facebook have taken steps to censor that content.

The website,  CodeIsFreeSpeech.com, has been blocked by Facebook and removed from Amazon’s web-hosting servers, Brandon Combs, president of the Firearms Policy Coalition, told the Washington Free Beacon. 

The censored files are at issue in the high-profile case of Cody Wilson, a gun-rights advocate who was sued by nine state attorneys general for publicly posting the 3D gun–printing schematics. Wilson took down his website earlier this month at the court’s direction but versions of the 3D gun–printing instructions exist elsewhere online.

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