Goodreads just changed their review and shelving policies, and this has enflamed a large majority of their users, who have labeled the change censorship. Indeed, these critics are arguing that the policy is nothing more than Goodreads’ attempt to shield authors and publishers from criticism regarding their bad behavior or personal activism.
Naturally, Goodreads is defending this change, but is it censorship or merely a minor policy change? Read an interesting article by Emma Sea and decide for yourself. Goodreads Censorship Policy