What Is the Purpose of Censorship?

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The main purpose of censorship is to preserve the status quo, control the development of a society or to stifle rebel among a subject people. Censorship is the exercise of state power or public body to control the freedom of expression.
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Music censorship is the process of banning music. This can be done because of content, such as the Doors single in 1968 'Unknown Soldier' was banned due to it's anti war sentiment
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i don't believe is censorship of anything if i don't like it, I (gasp) don't watch it....crazy concept I know, but you'd be shocked at the number of people who don't get
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If by the Fed, you mean the Federal Government, their purpose is to rule over State, County, and Local governments, having the last say in any persistant appeals. They choose which
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The purpose of Greenpeace is to promote awareness of environmental issues and to provide protection to many species and ecosystems. Greenpeace promotes peaceful non-violent confrontations
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