Censorship: Free Dump of Expression
AbstractFor a country to be a democracy, certain things are expected to be in place, such as freedom of expression and little or no censorship. While one person would find it perfectly acceptable to publicise pornographic material and sexually explicit lyrics to a curious world for anybody to see, another views such an act as a negative influence on a society being destroyed by such material. As John Marshall Harlen aptly puts it “One man’s vulgarity is another’s lyric.” [Working Paper No. 0038]
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democracy; freedom of expression; censorship; explicit;
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