Total umlimited freedom of speech does not exist anywhere on Mother Earth.
It's limited by rules of law, rules set up by the employers, or by "unwritten law".
Limits of freedom of speech are never constant. The limits are moved every day.
When freedom of speech is limited it can be labelled "censorship" or it can be regarded as showing respect for someone. This will always be a never-ending discussion. At least in a more "free" society. As well as here in this forum, where there has been some really sick examples of so-called total free speech.
Imo the censorship last night was/is ridiculous, but in a way it's a funny as well.
After all these years.
Censorship/Limits of free speech are perhaps different in Europe and USA. But it's also very different among European countries.
PS Bjørnulf : Selling of beer/alcohol is prohibited in Denmark to people under 16 years of age. But perhaps someone understands the need of desperate Norwegians, who have to pay fortunes for these common things...