What is the Meaning of Censorship | Definition and What is Censorship

Censorship is the correction or disapproval of something. The term, which comes from the latin censūra, is used to designate the judgment and opinion are done on something (a work, etc.).
Examples: "the writer denounced the censorship of the publishing house which refused to publish the text on the life of the president", "journalists have a moral duty to fight against censorship in all its forms", "censorship of the public became feeling by whistles and shouts against the player.
The most common use of the concept of censorship concerns the intervention made by a censor on the content or the form of a job, for moral, political, ideological, religious or other reasons. Censorship, in this way, is to prohibit, restrict or limit an expression if the content is offensive or harmful.
Censorship, in general, is associated to the Government to prevent the dissemination of information contrary to its interests. In democratic societies, censorship is usually prohibited: i.e., leaders do not have the right to prevent the publication of any material. In the event that these elements, once published, go public, cela a committed a crime and justice can take appropriate measures.
Censorship can also be moral. In some jurisdictions, a censor is responsible for the analysis of the different works (films, books, etc.) to remove materials that may be considered obscene or contrary to the morals of the people. It can therefore cut scenes of nudity in a film or eliminate profanity in a text.
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