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censorship

 [sen´ser-ship]
the action of the censor.

censorship

(sĕn′sər-shĭp′)
n.
Psychology Prevention of disturbing or painful thoughts or feelings from reaching consciousness except in a disguised form.
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Boris Alexandrov Sports Palace has become the most advanced indoor venue in the wide Asia region and has set a new standard for LED displays, content control and fan comfort, satisfaction and infotainment.
With organisations facing increasing problems in identifying, managing and eliminating inappropriate content, PineApp has integrated advanced new Inappropriate Content Control (ICC) technology into its Mail-SeCure and Surf-SeCure appliances.
"We are pleased to offer this software upgrade to both existing and new users of K9 Web Protection," said John Carosella, vice president of content control for Blue Coat Systems.
She wouldn't confirm whether Pfizer had a hand in editing the booklet, saying simply that "content control completely rests with the Canadian Cancer Society and it draws on scientific experts from the field."
Proposals exist in the United States and Europe for applying content control technologies to free-to-air digital television to limit the reuse of broadcast content.
The Entrust Entelligence Content Control Server can enable monitoring, prevention, protection, reporting, and remediation capabilities across key communications protocols such as email, instant messaging (IM), HTTP and FTP.
(NASDAQ:ENTU) has introduced Entrust Entelligence Content Control Server 8.0.
Often viewed as a "hosted solution" or a type of outsourcing, focus areas can range from secure messaging solutions (spam, viruses and content control) to intrusion detection and firewall services.
Australia, China, India, Japan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand were analyzed by 10 criteria, which included level playing fields, program distribution, advertising and content control. The results were compared to industry investment and revenue per household.
Though not expressed in the verbiage of the documents, enough delegations included comments about content control in their formal remarks at PrepCom-3 to regard it as another aspect of the level of policy control being sought.
The network based centralized service and content control system enables operators to analyse, manage and charge services in a flexible manner, according to Nokia.

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