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Censorship is the suppression of words, images, or ideas that are deemed “harmful” by those attempting to impose their personal, political, religious, or moral values on others. Censorship can be carried out by governments as well as by private pressure groups and organizations.

BPC Bulletin March 15, 2023

BPC Bulletin: Rewriting the Books of Roald Dahl and Ian Fleming

In recent weeks, journalists have reported publishers’ decisions to rewrite the works of James Bond author Ian Fleming and children’s author Roald Dahl. And some ecologists and biologists have suggested replacing certain scientific terms to make them less “harmful” to society. REPORTAGE Ian Fleming
BPC Bulletin January 12, 2023

BPC Bulletin: Quebec's Health Department Denounces Book for Teens, Part 2

In Quebec, several editorials, op-eds and columns have denounced as censorship the provincial government’s request that schools refrain from “promoting” the young-adult novel Le garçon aux pieds à l’envers by renowned author François Blais because, in one chapter, an “evil spirit” is said to have prodded a teenage character to sip a lethal dose of gasoline.