Alexandra Desanctis on December 7, 2016 posted the following story at "National Review" in which she reports a bill recently passed by the French Senate,
"...criminalizing the posting of pro-life information online, a measure that was passed by the French National Assembly just last week. Violators face a maximum of two years in prison and over $30,000 in fines. The measure makes it a crime for pro-life individuals or activists to obstruct a woman’s lawful decision to have an abortion, or to cause her guilt after the fact. Its text criminalizes: the act of preventing or trying to prevent to practice or learn about an abortion or prior acts . . . by any means, including by disseminating or transmitting electronically or online, allegations, statements looking to intentionally mislead, as a deterrent, the characteristics or the medical consequences of a voluntary interruption pregnancy."
"Or to cause her guilt after the fact" could be interpreted to mean that any web site that posts something as honest as, "Abortion ends a human life" could face penalties and jail time.
Oops, I think I just got banned.