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Media freedom
Where books are banned, the Internet can be a lifesaver
By Online Editor
United States

The censorship or banning of books is a phenomenon that occurs in countries around the world. Books that are considered "scandalous" or inciteful in some way are often targets of censorship by governments, schools, libraries and other entities.

In the United States,
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