Posts Tagged “censorship”

Self-censorship, the virtual mob, and the enemy of nuance

by Stephen Tall on December 2, 2014

Three fantastic articles, all with a common them. Snippets below, but well worth a click on the links to read on… Chris Rock In Conversation (Frank Rich in Vulture, 30 Nov) … I stopped playing colleges, and the reason is (…)

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Film censorship "in chaos", says Foster

by Stephen Tall on August 25, 2009

As the BBC reports: Retailers who sell violent video games and 18-rated DVDs to children cannot be prosecuted because of a legal blunder 25 years ago. Dozens of prosecutions under a 1984 Act have been dropped because the government of (…)

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