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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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This is government censorship being implemented in front of the whole world."
PM: So, now it's "government censorship" and not "First Amendment jurisprudence." By running a story on those foreign cartoonists, you are indeed CHAMPIONING their fight for free speech.
My principal challenge is to confront the repressive apparatus each day, to grow within the repression, to evade government censorship and fill the news pages without fail.
Not only is any government act of censorship inherently rights-violating and therefore immoral; government censorship tends to restrict critical commentary about government, thereby virtually ensuring the slide into full-bore totalitarianism.
Among Filipinos, 80 percent of those surveyed say "it is important that people have access to the Internet without government censorship."
At a presentation in New York, the company also unveiled a new technology called uProxy that allows citizens under some regimes to bypass government censorship or surveillance software to surf the Web.
September 9, 2013 (KHARTOUM) - Newspapers in Sudan are facing a major crisis due to the sharp decline in selling rates and heavy government censorship controls.
King, a researcher at Harvard, uses the software to monitor government censorship on multiple Chinese social-media sites.
Earlier this week, industry sources told AFP that authorities had asked telecom providers to furnish a means of control to allow for government censorship. Providers were reportedly given a week to comply.
Dozens of people gathered outside the office of the Southern Weekly in southern China's Guangdong Province Monday to show support for the newspaper after reported government censorship of an editorial stirred discontent against propaganda.
The new agreement will give countries a right to access international telecommunications services and the ability to block spam, which delegations declining to sign the amended text argued would pave the way for government censorship and control over the internet.
Arabs, wary of government censorship, increasingly turn to foreign media for news

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