Should Nextdoor censor discriminatory comments?

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Lost cats, petty crimes and controversial developments. Those are the most common topics of discussion for residents of one Los Angeles community on Nextdoor, the social network for neighborhoods that was recently valued at $1.1 billion. The next most popular talking points for the L.A. neighborhood are a bit thornier: race and sexual orientation.