Television Censhorship and how it changes the way we live.
" F*** Television Censorship"
by Ben Flick
Access is threatened today by the government by putting a brown paper bag around "risqué" material on the Internet and television. Industry, responding both to government pressure and consumer demand, has compounded the problem by creating easy tools for censorship. Government is privatizing censorship, pushing it out. Recently there have been efforts to make television and the Internet "family friendly," by giving parents tools to create "kid-safe" environments. But the consequences may be far-reaching, as the tools used in the home to s…
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