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Re: Bug#283578: ITP: hot-babe -- erotic graphical system activitymonitor

On Monday 06 Dec 2004 10:01, Andrew Suffield wrote:

> The difference being that editing is a choice made by the person doing
> the work, while censorship is a choice made by an otherwise unrelated
> person in the same organisation.
> Editing would be if the maintainer decided to remove the
> package. Censorship is when some other developer tries to force him.

I don't think this holds. Censoring is editing for ideological reasons, which 
is a subset of editing. It has nothing to do with who does it. A censor is a 
third party, and editor is a third party, at least in literary terms.

Arguing about the difference is IMO word games.

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