Don't like it?
Don't listen to TED.
Want to be a presenter at TED?
Then present by TED's rules.
Its really that simple. I'm not sure why you're having a difficult time understanding this.
Exactly. I wonder if there would likewise be protestations if someone was not allowed to present at a church, or was allowed to present at a church who would normally put the video of such talks on the web but they then take it down because what the speaker discussed is not congruent with what that church teaches. For some reason, I don't think anyone would have a problem with that or cry 'censorship' against that church, so I don't know what the diff is when we then talk about TED. TED being a private institution, and not a government one, deflates all on it's own the 'censorship' charge.