Christian words deemed profanities.
Via Daily Mail:
Kmart has caused outrage after its photo printing kiosks banned some words relating to religion.
Words such as Jesus, church and Bible used in captions were deemed to be profanities and replaced with asterisks.
The words Jewish and Allah were also banned but mosque, Islam and Koran were not.
When customers tried to caption photos with the forbidden words, a message came up on screen saying ‘profanity has been detected in text and substituted with ****’.
The kiosks are run by Kodak which recently installed software to detect profanities.