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Pro-life outfit Live Action has had quite the week on social media. After appealing Pinterest's decision to flag the group's website as porn, the platform hit back and banned the group altogether, citing "medical misinformation." Live Action's director of external affairs, Alison Centofante, took to Twitter on Tuesday to announce the suspension. "Your account was permanently suspended because its contents went against our policies on misinformation," Pinterest informed the organization. "We don't allow harmful misinformation on Pinterest," including "medical misinformation and conspiracies that turn individuals ... into targets for harassment or violence."