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The censor has no right to touch any letters addressed to them.
Now there suddenly comes a request from you to have the censor pass you copies of all his Dutch correspondence.
Till then, the Telugu version will not be certified by the censors.
If the Qoran hadn't been sent by God and we had handed it to our book censors, they wouldn't have issued permission to publish it and would have argued that some of the words in it are against public virtue," he said.
Attempts to publish Dr No, he said, were met with "fierce opposition" by Spanish censors, who said that it subverted the moral values of the country, with a translation presented in 1960 rejected outright and substantial cuts imposed on a version five years later.
Kennedy had defied military censors to get the story out.
The new rules urged the censors always to consider the good of a book, to weigh carefully good and bad, and to withhold judgment if they were uncertain about the proper meaning of a proposition.
The details were outlined in minutes from a Programmes in Wartime Committee Meeting, dated October 22, 1937, which noted: "It was agreed that the number of censors (six) at present proposed was inadequate, especially as it was essential that there should be someone responsible for switching off in whatever place the programme originated.
The early modern censors attempted primarily to remove anti-Christian references from Hebrew literature and hence, from Jewish discourse.
Even when the Chinese site is available, it can seem so different from the English site that it might have been written by the censors themselves.
Researchers at Harvard University conducted a study that revealed that Google routinely censors its databases.
It is pointed out that the Irish film censors were not at all prepared for the impact video would have, which became demonstrated by the fact that it took fifteen years for video censorship to be fully introduced (in 1994).