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Art

Any visual, creative material. Examples of art include drawings, videos and computer graphics. Art may be bought and sold as an asset (indeed, famous art such as the Mona Lisa is worth many millions of dollars), but it is also used in marketing to help a product appeal to buyers.
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But the censorship of gay and lesbian material, particularly of sexual representations, was just beginning.
She added there must be a difference between TV and cinema censorship, since TV was watched at home by millions of families, while the situation in cinemas was obviously not the same.
Take censorship to its extreme - as is the case in some countries - and the discussion we had at Ibn Khuldoon would never have taken place.
As this example shows, Fascist censorship affected cultural activity of all sorts, not just in the literary, historical, and political realms.
But the artists cried censorship, and the Rockefellers let the show go on.
I am saddened that Molly Shoul, her mother, and Rothschild either cannot or will not acknowledge the difference between age-appropriate material and censorship.
Kuhlmeier, which allowed censorship in certain cases at the high school level.
Divergent laws, policies, rules and practices through the years and across the numerous school districts and college/university governing boards have imposed or allowed various forms of censorship involving textbook content, teacher classroom presentation style and content, assigned readings, and extra-curricular school activities.
In these cases, censorship mechanisms pivoted on the lawless exhibition of the female body and the sight of burned and mutilated American corpses.
I especially liked the articles about censorship ["The Big Chill"], gay marriage in Canada, closeted conservatives, and successful out gay employees.
What prompted the alarm was ignorance stemming directly from government censorship and misinformation.
The Peekabooty programme lets users in censorship countries view web pages by forwarding a request to a computer in a country that has no censorship, according to the International Herald Tribune.