What Is the Definition of Censorship?


Censorship is the act and process of controlling ideas and information dispersed within a society. It is achieved through the extermination of communication channels such as books and plays and is a trademark of dictatorships all through history.
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When a government does not allow something to be published or distributed or shown in public. The idea that some government refuses to pay for a display or mass media distribution
"Prepublication review" means that before material is sent to its intended audience, it must first be sent to the censor. The censor can either extract offensive bits or
The advantages and disadvantages of censorship: To those who control, or agree with those who control, the censorship process: Advantage: You don't have to see anything you don't
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the act or practice of censoring.
the office or power of a censor.
the time during which a censor holds office.
the inhibiting and distorting activity of the Freudian censor.
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Censorship is the suppression of speech or deletion of communicative material which may be considered objectionable, harmful, sensitive, or inconvenient to the government or media organizations as determined by a censor. In the past, ideas have been suppressed under the guise of protecting three basic social institutions; the family, the church, and the state.
Censorship is the control of information that is released. Parts of the information may have been deleted or the information totally destroyed.
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