I used to provide in my answers about contract law a link to the Restatement (Second) of Contracts that some law firm posted on its website. The law firm subsequently removed that resource, thereby causing the equivalent of broken link in my answers. To prevent that from happening again, the link to the Restatement I provide when answering on LawSE is from my blog.
But some people on LawSE keep devising new forms of censorship and of political correctness. Now one of the moderators keeps editing this accepted answer for the sake of removing the link I provide. The answer already had ten or more upvotes (and one or zero downvotes) by the time the moderator edited it for the first time. The moderator's link does not even display the entirety of the Restatement. His insistence inconveniences those from the audience who might wish to read more from the Restatement without the hassle of repeatedly clicking on a fragmented version.
The moderator's pretext that "The proposed link is problematic for reasons discussed on Meta, among others" is too vague and likely made up. First, it is unclear where exactly "on Meta" this has been brought up, let alone why the link I provide is "problematic". And second, the moderator's expression "among others" is code for "I really got nothing, I just need to make it sound worse". This adds to the pattern of arbitrariness --to say the least-- that began about three years ago when LawSE got new moderators, a pattern which is the opposite of "moderation".
Unlike that moderator, I did the thinking on the OP's question and I made the effort to share with the audience a robust rationale by posting a verifiable answer. The least the moderator could do is refrain from micromanaging that answer. It might be argued that what got censored is just the link and not the rationale, but that misses the point: The arrogance of micromanaging others' posts and a moderator's sake of having the last word even on an issue like this are vexatious and unpleasant. Moderators need to ponder whether micromanaging others' contributions is worth alienating those contributors.
I will not engage in edit wars, but the moderator should have the decency to roll back the changes he made to my answer.