Censorship Debate: Right or Wrong?


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Created: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 01:34 pm PST by homer2000.
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Debate Summary

Censorship laws within the media have existed for decades, gaining specificity and stringency as an apparent need shows itself. However, laws on censorship do not end the battle over their necessity (or lack thereof) Opposing sides continually pose the costs versus the benefits of censorship within the media, specifically the news media. The debate seems to center around the same general theme:

US censorship practices are beneficial to the public interest.


Is Censorship right or wrong?


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