Swiss Censorship on eBay?
You would think that you'd get to see such sites in communist China only. Yet, if you want to have a closer look at certain things on the internet which do not please the government, you experience state censorship made in Switzerland (note that I did not want to watch or buy any porn or terror items or the like but just take a look at a 60 year old Bayonet).
So things you may want to look at but which your government does not want you to see, let alone possess, are now called "inappropriate". In some 50 years, people will look back and they will say that that is how everything began, how we let the police state into our homes and how we allowed more and more restrictions to be imposed on our own personal liberty by statists. We are facing an alarming evolution which will ultimately lead to more state, to more taxes and to less liberty. Thus today's political priority is to resist and to limit state power whereever it is possible.