OnlineCensorship.org provides a platform on which users of various social media sites can report how their content has been censored by those services’ moderators. Currently, members of Google+, Flickr, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook can use the site’s straightforward forms to report incidents where their content has been removed under questionable circumstances. The site has announced that more social media sites will be supported in the future. Information collected from users of the site is used by the Electronic Frontier Foundation to better determine what to prioritize in their efforts to protect freedom of speech online. OnlineCensorship.org was the recipient of a $250,000 award from the 2014 Knight News Challenge. To find out more, visit the site here.