I guess I can see why some people would find this rather dumb, but I *REALLY* don't understand the outrage.
Call it censorship if you want to, but this affects NONE of what makes censorship bad, int the first place. It's a choice by the creator, the content very likely holds no significant ideological value to the creator, and the censorship is blatant enough that everyone viewing it can both see that it occurred and what the product was before the censorship.
So really - what's lost here?
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