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Synonyms for censorship



Synonyms for censorship

counterintelligence achieved by banning or deleting any information of value to the enemy

deleting parts of publications or correspondence or theatrical performances

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He started a journal-- "Vremya," which was forbidden by the Censorship through a misunderstanding.
Many of us do not believe in a world of the unconscious (a few of us even have grave doubts about the usefulness of the term consciousness), hence we try to explain censorship along ordinary biological lines.
She groped for knowledge in old books, and found it in repulsive chunks, but she did not naturally care for books and thus never troubled her head about the censorship which was exercised first by her aunts, later by her father.
If the section on the censorship so foolishly introduced into the new charter had been omitted, journalism also would have had its Saint-Merri.
The general director of MADA Mousa Rimawi said that the self-censorship is the most serious and dangerous kind of censorships that journalists face, explaining that the self-censorship's roots began since the occupation years that was before the establishment of the Palestinian authority.