bs0d3 writes: This Thursday as websites across the internet were recovering from the largest internet protest ever, facebook had its own message to send. Tradechat (host of a popular gaming youtube chanel) had posted an anti-SOPA post to her wall, asking people to contact their local elected officials. It contained the phone numbers of her state's Reps. Facebook removed the post, the reason.. "it violated facebooks terms of conduct". Immediately after, a fan of Tradechat posted a more complete list of REPs and all of their phone numbers, also on her wall. This post was not removed. Was the only problem facebook had with the first post is that it was anti-SOPA?