From cuss words in movies, to documentaries about rape – what’s your verdict?
The leaked Censor Board notice disallows the usage of 30+ words in “any category of the [censor] certificate,” which includes movies, television, music, and live shows.
Did You Know: Your existence is against Indian culture.
Don’t be a f**king dickhead, ya pissweasel.
Libération, the newspaper where Charlie Hebdo staff have been working since the attack, unveiled the cover of the magazine’s next edition on Monday. Some news outlets have been censoring themselves when it comes to publishing cartoons of Muhammad after the deadly Paris attack last week.
The page called for a demonstration in support of Alexei Navalny, but was no longer visible Saturday in Russia.
Outrage against UK porn restrictions has reached a climax.
BuzzFeed News spoke to British adult performers about the controversial new government legislation. WARNING: Some slightly NSFW language.
But you won’t be arrested for watching porn that contains those things.
This was the most fun I ever had at an art gallery, tbh.
“Don’t drive! If you have to drive… wear a seat belt. But don’t drive!”
Well, not on social media anyway. The Hong Kong Occupy Central protest has triggered mainland China’s biggest ever crackdown on Weibo, the country’s version of Twitter.
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A new study finds that Chinese censors target potential calls to action rather than anti-government criticism.
“But I always thought that’s what opinion columns are for.”
“I told a few people to f—k off. We do that in this country occasionally.”
Colin Crowell’s visit to Moscow appears to be an attempt to placate officials who think the service is a U.S. government tool.
Everyone’s favorite f**king word!
Tweets, retweets, and Facebook posts are among online activity that the Egyptian government is now openly monitoring.
This post is so nearly, so dirty. From r/UnnecessaryCensorship
In the 1940s, comic books were often feminist, diverse, and bold. Then the reactionary Comics Code Authority changed the trajectory of comic book culture for good.
Eight erotic fiction sites, or “slash fiction sites,” have been shut down and their staff arrested in China’s newest anti-porn sweeps. Netizens remember a 2012 sweep when dozens of women slash romance writers were arrested.
The cancellation comes only a month after House of Representatives cut $17,142 from USC Upstate’s budget for assigning freshmen to read a book of essays on coming out in the South.
Several cable networks abruptly dropped Dozhd TV under apparent orders from powerful figures. “There’s only one way things happen that quickly in this country,” the channel’s owner says.
“I deeply believe that a government cultural institution should not associate with those people who provoke such an ambiguous reaction and whose activity is based on the provocation of society,” Moscow’s top cultural official wrote in a letter to the director of the Gogol Center.
Iran’s whitewashing of Wikipedia provides the first full picture of how the country censors the internet.
“Being a Big V blogger felt like being an emperor,” Chinese online celebrity Charles Xue confesses from jail. For China’s news bloggers, going viral can mean three years in prison.