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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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Other cases of legally justified internet censorship include the blocking of sexually explicit websites in countries where pornography is prohibited.
We share the government's request for censorship with the public in a transparent manner.
She cited the Tunisian participants as coming out most in favor of a free theatre: "The clear voice and vision of progressive Tunisian artists seemed to suggest that when it comes to issues of freedom and censorship, the answer is still 'Tunisia
Lent and Pipkin (2013) encourage community involvement and education about texts and censorship more methods to combat this growing problem.
No martial law era text of the proposed censorship board bill be tolerated , the forum participants warned.
During the meeting, some results of two studies that MADA has published were presented one was about self-censorship, the second one that MADA has recently published entitled "The official Palestinian media and freedom of expression " and one of its parts focused on censorship self -censorship which shows that 80% of the journalists who were surveyed for this study practice self-censorship on some or all their materials they write or produce, on the other hand only 19% said that they do not practice any kind of censorship on their work.
There is such disagreement even among members of the censorship committee," Jannati said.
A "book censorship" subject search of Teen Ink's online version gleaned 100 articles; some also examined censorship in news, other media, and music--such as Walmart's family-values policy in stocking CDs.
His clashes with the censorship authorities began since his debut film "Weekend Lover", after which he's been banned from film-making.
In recent years, censorship studies have challenged the traditional view of censorship as the deployment of repressive state power.
The reduction of censorship is seen as a step in the right direction, considering China operates one of the world's strictest censorship systems, with bodies designated to monitor practically all forms of print, broadcast and online media.
focuses on censorship in late 16th- and early 17th-century Germany, and in particular four critical episodes in the urban Reformation.