Definitions for "Censorship"
The prohibition of public distribution of written, printed, filmed, spoken, or other material that is considered offensive, immoral, or dangerous to the public welfare.
the suppression of material in media, such as books, films, etc., that is deemed to be objectionable on moral, political, military or other grounds. (p. 243)
The practice of suppressing a text or part of a text that is considered objectionable according to certain standards.
counterintelligence achieved by banning or deleting any information of value to the enemy
deleting parts of publications or correspondence or theatrical performances
The altering or deleting of information by an authority.
Any attempt to hinder the spread of a meme by eliminating its vectors. Hence, censorship is analogous to attempts to halt diseases by spraying insecticides. Censorship can never fully kill off an offensive meme, and may actually help to promote the meme's most virulent strain, while killing off milder forms.
The prevention of disturbing or painful thoughts, feelings or actions from reaching consciousness except in a disguised form, especially consciousness of psychosocial pathology.
Action taken to prevent others from having access to a book or information; a public objection to words, subjects and/or information in books, films, and other media with the idea of depriving others from reading or viewing them.
A film for theatrical release is reviewed by a film classification board which may request certain changes before release will be allowed, or allowed under a certain age rating.
Changes required of a movie by some person or body other than the studio or the filmmakers, usually a national or regional film classification board. See also certificate.
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broadly, any government restrictions on speech or writing; more precisely, government restrictions on forms of expression before they are disseminated
The removal of material from open access by any governing authority or its representative (boards or education/trustees, principals/library directors, etc.)
To examine private correspondence, such as letters, and take out portions.
Keywords:  office, stand, power
The office or power of a censor; as, to stand for a censorship.