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# Censorship

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Open Letter to RTE: Explain why you censored gay rights advocate Rory O'Neill
Brian Barrington
Censorship Board can't be abolished until it deals with Alan Shatter's 'Laura'
China orders internet users to use real names for video uploads
China has blocked its citizens from reading the Guardian
Global censorship could end in a decade says Google boss
Mum urges her son’s Facebook friends to stop posting sexy selfies
Aaron McKenna: Thanks to the government, internet censorship is alive and well
Aaron McKenna
You'll be able to read Alan Shatter's novel from next week
Poll: Will you read Alan Shatter's novel 'Laura'?
Myanmar prepares for new era of uncensored daily newspapers
Instagram pics show life inside North Korea
Guantanamo judge orders US to stop censoring 9/11 hearings
China censorship prompts rally, online protest
South Korea plans legal ban on posting swear words using mobiles
Record labels file suit against Irish ISPs
Russia briefly bans YouTube 'by mistake'
Burma's government ends direct media censorship
Egypt newspaper censored over insult to president
Video: Internet censorship in China explained
China raises Beijing storm toll to 77 after outcry
China censors coverage of deadly Beijing floods
US social media account in China disappears
Google reports 'alarming' surge in content-removal requests by governments
China to tighten Internet control with new rules
Censored: The 274 books and magazines still banned in Ireland today
Pakistan blocks Twitter over blasphemy dispute
Parents concerned over content in children's books
An escape, a date spot and a babysitter: Irish cinema through the years
TDs play down report of possible ‘email filter’
Twitter says it can now censor tweets in some countries
Chinese dissident poet charged with subversion
Wikipedia joins 'internet blackout' protest against SOPA
Reddit, Boing Boing plan website blackout over SOPA - but what is it?
Pressure grows to US Congress's controversial SOPA bill
Hermit Kingdom: 7 alarming tales from inside North Korea
Watch your language - Pakistan blacklists 'rude' words in texts
China plans to limit 'overly entertaining' reality TV shows
Poll: Should Gaddafi corpse photos have made the front page?
WikiLeaks publishes entire stash of US diplomatic cables in uncensored form
Irish authorities asked Google to remove mystery content