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    HOWTO bypass Internet Censorship (Check out: Peekabooty, JAP)

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    In a political context, the word 'censorship' means coercion used against non-coercive communication. Libel, slander and the way-too-often-cited-but-misunderstood shouting-Fire!-in-a-crowded-movie-theater are all examples of fraud, which is coercive communication. Flag-burning, cross-burning, and the infamous N-word, are (in and of themselves) non-coercive communication, no matter how much people may be emotionally hurt or offended by them.

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    Definition:

    1. [n] deleting parts of publications or correspondence or theatrical performances
    2. [n] counterintelligence achieved by banning or deleting any information of value to the enemy

    Source: Hyperdictionary-Censorship


    HOWTO bypass Internet Censorship see: Peekabooty, JAP)

    See Also: Bowdlerism, Comstockery

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