Oh, I don't know about that.
Being a US citizen there is plenty about the country that I'm not too happy about right now -- couldn't begin to even count, really -- but freedom of the press is something that fortunately (and a bit surprisingly, really) it still relatively healthy.
Not sure where you're from, but the US has constitutionally guaranteed press freedom (unlike a lot of modern democracies, such as Australia), and compared to a lot of our other rights -- which are on life support, at best -- it's doing fairly well.
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About the only thing I can think of explicitly censored is "obscenity" (there are types of fetish porn legal in many European counties that you won't find in the US), so I think we need to give credit where credit it due, and criticism were it belongs. Most of the censorship in the US is self-censorship; even that is troubling, but I think likening it to state-sponsored censorship is somewhat overstating things.