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‘Educational System Prone to Manipulation’ – Front Against Censorship

Source: The Malta Independent Online – By Annaliza Borg The decision to ban Mario Azzopardi’s books Alicia titkellem mill-Imwiet and Vampir from secondary school libraries was taken on ideological grounds and suggested the educational system is prone to manipulation through

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Indifference to Censorship

Source: The Trentonian – By Nat Hentoff In 2003, the security police of Fidel Castro arrested and imprisoned 75 journalists, members of opposition parties, and owners of independent libraries. The charge: “crimes against national sovereignty.” The librarians had been making

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Europe Bites Hungary Over Media and Internet Censorship – Content-Bash Provokes Protests

Source: The Register – By Jane Fae Ozimek A rumble of protest is spreading across Europe in reaction to a new media censorship law in Hungary. Yesterday, Europe’s Digital agenda commissioner Neelie Kroes told an Extraordinary meeting of the European

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Leftists Upset About “Huck Finn” Censorship Have Only Themselves to Blame

Source: NewsRealBlog As outdated as the Left claims the Constitution to be, when it serves their purposes they dramatically embrace the First Amendment. The Left loves a good censorship controversy, and there is seldom anything that brings out the leftist

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We Shouldn’t Censor History

Source: National Post By Barbara Kay This text is a classic work of art that shouldn’t be altered. A newly-released version of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain will substitute the word “slave” for “nigger.” The Full Comment

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Seeking Contributors

Censorship in America is seeking contributors to help grow our article base, and increase awareness of censorship and First Amendment issues – many of which do not make the news because they are specific to a certain location. If you

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Publisher Defends Huck Finn Censorship – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Publisher defends Huck Finn censorship – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation).  

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Edited ‘Huck Finn’ Causes Uproar, Debate on Censorship

Source: am New York By Sheila Anne Feeney and Emily Hulm What’s Huckleberry Finn without the “N” word? A Twain scholar’s decision to replace the racially tinged word in a soon-to-be published edition of “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” in

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Internet Responds to Huck Finn Censorship – BlackBook

Internet Responds to Huck Finn Censorship – BlackBook.  

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Censorship 2010 Recap

This is a recap of some of the censorship issues that took place in 2010 with links to the articles. “In a Time of Universal Deceit, Telling the Truth is a Revolutionary Act.” Stop The Internet Blacklist Shocking Censorship at Google News

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