Censorship

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Censorship


Censorship, making the world a better place.
Censorship affects our society in many different ways, it affects the music we listen to,
the movies we watch, the books we read, and many other aspects of our everyday lives. Even
though many might argue that censorship doesn't really have a place in a society that
emphases freedom of speech and the freedom to express oneself, but censorship is an
essential and needed part of our growing society, it's needed in the television industry,
the Internet, and the music industry. Censorship helps to make our world a better place
because it creates a better environment for us to live in.

Censorship is an important and essential part of television. Without the presence of
censorship television would be unsuitable for our younger viewers because censorship helps
to filter out the appearances of nudity, real life violence, the use of profanity and
other obscene gestures during the youth viewing hours. However, during the prime time
viewing hours it's a different story. The method the television stations use is a mere
waste of time and money because a little symbol in the corner of the screen is not going
to prevent a child from watching the program. The only way this method can work is if the

parents/guardian is there to change the channel but let's be realistic, how many
parents/guardians actuarially have the time to monitor everything there children watch. So
most children do end up viewing these programs anyway, and whether we like it or not,the
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