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By 1920 India had several regional censor boards, whose members were told to be watchful for “sensitive issues” and “forbidden scenes,” writes Someswar Bhowmik.
The film was approved by the censors, but mobs defaced public property, thrashed people, and threw Molotov cocktails.
Meanwhile, self-publishers have always had to tread carefully on what they post or risk being targeted by censors who deem them illegal or inappropriate.
However, they should consider the intent is not to act as censors that are stopping controversial topics but protecting users from false content.
Galileo thought his book had been approved by the proper censors.
I do not care very much how you censor or select the reading and talking and thinking of the schoolboy or schoolgirl.
THE SALVAGING OF CIVILISATIONH. G. (HERBERT GEORGE) WELLS
And that treatise of Van de Water, the Belgian, on the sublimation of the sub-conscious by the negation of the self-censor.
The Government Film Censor interprets his role chiefly as one of guiding parents.
It is not part of the censor's duty to see that his rulings are observed.
His very appointment as censor was due to the bottle-acquaintance that had sprung up with the regent Prince of Wales.

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