Difference between revisions of "Censorship"

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'''Censorship''' is the act of withholding information from a larger audience by a group of people or a single person who has the power to do so. Oftentimes it is done for the protection of the ''people'', or to keep the group of people from knowing something bad about the empowered people.
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'''Censorship''' is the act of withholding information from a larger audience by a group of people or a single person who has the power to do so. Oftentimes it is done for the protection of the ''people'', or to keep the group of people from knowing something bad about the empowered people. Conservapedia is heavily censored in order to maintain a right-wing focus, free of "liberal bias."
  
 
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Censorship is the act of withholding information from a larger audience by a group of people or a single person who has the power to do so. Oftentimes it is done for the protection of the people, or to keep the group of people from knowing something bad about the empowered people. Conservapedia is heavily censored in order to maintain a right-wing focus, free of "liberal bias."

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