Censorship by country
Censorship by country collects information on censorship, Internet censorship, Freedom of the Press, Freedom of speech, and Human Rights by country and presents it in a sortable table, together with l...
Iran Bans Pokemon Go Over 'Security Concerns'
Iran has become the first country to officially ban Pokemon Go, with authorities citing “security concerns” as the reason for their decision. The Iranian High Council of Virtual Spaces, an official bo...
Censorship in the Empire of Japan
Censorship (検閲, Ken'etsu) in the Empire of Japan was a continuation of a long tradition beginning in the feudal period of Japan. Government censorship of the press existed in Japan during the ...
Li chiamarono... briganti!
Li chiamarono... briganti! (They called them... brigands!) is a 1999 Italian film, directed by Pasquale Squitieri. It tells the story of Carmine Crocco, a 19th-century Italian brigand who gained rec...
Li chiamarono... briganti! - Wikipedia
Iran Bans Pokemon Go Over 'Security Concerns'
Iran has become the first country to officially ban Pokemon Go, with authorities citing “security concerns” as the reason for their decision. The Iranian High Council of Virtual Spaces, an official bo...
Bureau of Censorship (Russian Empire)
The Bureau of Censorship (Russian: Цензурный комитет) was a bureau set up in the Ministry of Education of the Russian Empire following the passage of an enabling law on July 9, 1804.The censorship...
Bureau of Censorship (Russian Empire) - Wikipedia
Jenin, Jenin
Jenin, Jenin is a film directed by Mohammed Bakri, a prominent Arab actor and Israeli citizen, in order to portray what Bakri calls "the Palestinian truth" about the "Battle of Jenin", a clash betwee...
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Censorship in Bhutan
Censorship in Bhutan refers to the way in which the Government of Bhutan controls information within its borders. There are no laws that either guarantee citizens' right to information or explicitly s...
Censorship in Venezuela
Censorship in Venezuela refers to all actions which can be considered as suppression in speech in the country. Reporters Without Borders ranked Venezuela 116th out of 180 countries in its World Press ...
Defence (Emergency) Regulations
The Defence (Emergency) Regulations are an expansive set of regulations first promulgated by the British authorities in mandatory Palestine in 1945. Along with the entire body of Mandate legislation, ...
Fra Kristiania-Bohêmen
Fra Kristiania-Bohêmen is a novel from 1885 by Norwegian writer Hans Jæger. The book was confiscated shortly after its publication, and Jæger was sentenced to prison and lost his position as stenogr...
Fra Kristiania-Bohêmen - Wikipedia
Human rights in Cuba
Human rights in Cuba are under the scrutiny of Human Rights Watch, who accuse the Cuban government of systematic human rights abuses, including arbitrary imprisonment, unfair trials, and extrajudicial...
Ion Valentin Anestin
Ion Valentin Anestin (December 24, 1900 – December 6, 1963) was a Romanian graphic artist, engraver, painter, sculptor, journalist and dramatist. Noted as a caricaturist and art critic, he was the fat...
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Censorship in Thailand
Censorship in Thailand is very significant. Harassment, manipulation, and strict control of political news was common under the Thaksin government (2001–2006), restrictions and media harassment worse...
Censorship in Thailand - Wikipedia
Russian government censorship of Chechnya coverage
Since the start of the Second Chechen War in 1999, Russian federal authorities are alleged to have implemented a plan to use legal and extralegal methods to limit media access to the conflict region.<...
Russian government censorship of Chechnya coverage - Wikipedia
Samizdat
Samizdat (Russian: самизда́т; [səmɨzˈdat]) was a key form of dissident activity across the Soviet bloc in which individuals reproduced censored publications by hand and passed the documents from r...
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Internet in Ukraine
The Internet in Ukraine is well developed and steadily growing, mostly uninfluenced by the global financial crisis; in April 2012 rapid growth was forecast for at least two more years. As of 2011, Ukr...
Near v. Minnesota
Near v. Minnesota, 283 U.S. 697 (1931), was a landmark United States Supreme Court decision that recognized the freedom of the press by roundly rejecting prior restraints on publication, a principle t...
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Censorship in the People's Republic of China
Censorship in the People's Republic of China (PRC) is implemented or mandated by the PRC's ruling party, the Communist Party of China (CPC). Notable censored subjects include but are not limited to, d...
Zan (newspaper)
Zan (Persian: زن‎, English: Woman) was an Iranian weekly newspaper focused on women's rights, published from 1998 until it was banned in 1999.
Zan was founded by Faezeh Hashemi in July 1...
Censorship in New Zealand
Censorship in New Zealand has changed over the years to reflect the demands for a more liberal application of the law on contentious publications.The Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC...
Flowers for Algernon
Flowers for Algernon is a science fiction short story and subsequent novel written by Daniel Keyes. The short story, written in 1958 and first published in the April 1959 issue of The Magazine of Fant...
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Little Sister's Book and Art Emporium
Little Sister's Book and Art Emporium, also known as Little Sister's Bookstore, but usually called "Little Sister's," is an independent bookstore in the Davie Village / West End of Vancouver, British ...
Little Sister's Book and Art Emporium - Wikipedia
Censorship history in South Korea
Like most other developed countries, South Korea’s film industry has had a great influence on the public. As films can affect the public with their great popularity and their vivid audio-visual effect...
Langit Makin Mendung
"Langit Makin Mendung" ("The Sky is Increasingly Cloudy") is a controversial Indonesian short story. Published in Sastra magazine under the pen name Kipandjikusmin in August 1968, it tells the story o...
Langit Makin Mendung - Wikipedia