Censorship in Camouflage II: The Censor Within?
Panel Discussion Tue 11 Jun 2002
How can we broaden the discussion about censorship? These programs make inquires into some underexplored socio-economic and political trends that threaten freedom of expression—both new arguments for overt government censorship and some subtle, covert and less apparent forms. Using case studies and heavy audience participation, issues of discussion include protecting children from exposure to sex and violence; the definition and exclusion of "hate speech"; economic intimidation; and the internalized voice of self censorship.