Incidents of Internet censorship against Christians and conservatives are continuing to pile up.
In recent months, former presidential candidate Mike Huckabee saw his Facebook page taken down for backing Chick-fil-A on its pro-traditional traditional marriage stance.
Also, Christian movie star Kirk Cameron saw previews for his latest film, "Unstoppable," disappear.
Religious liberty watchdogs fear that with so much of the Internet controlled by several private companies, it may be tougher than ever to protect Americans' First Amendment rights online.
Why are Christians and conservatives facing more scrutiny than other groups? Craig Parshall, senior vice president and general counsel, for the National Religious Broadcasters addresses that question and more on CBN Newswatch, Oct. 3.