military censorship


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Noun1.military censorship - all types of censorship conducted by personnel of the armed forcesmilitary censorship - all types of censorship conducted by personnel of the armed forces
censoring, censorship, security review - counterintelligence achieved by banning or deleting any information of value to the enemy
civil censorship - military censorship of civilian communications (correspondence or printed matter of films) entering or leaving of circulating within territories controlled by armed forces
field press censorship - security review of news (including all information or material intended for dissemination to the public) subject to the jurisdiction of the armed forces
prisoner of war censorship - military censorship of communication to and from prisoners of war and civilian internees held by the armed forces
armed forces censorship - military censorship of personal communications to or from persons in the armed forces
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
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But in his introduction, Karpin admits that the manuscript for the book was submitted to IsraelAAEs military censorship for inspection and that important references and information were eventually deleted.
Israeli signal jamming and military censorship prevented much independent reporting of the drama at sea.
Chapter 8 presents an overview of Afghan media law, and its various permutations including the creation of the government news agency Bhaktar, a history of various media laws going back fifty years, military censorship, Taliban media laws, and current trends in media law enabling legal censorship by the Afghan government.
The military censorship applied to all the media is also posing a threat to journalists.
The initial alibi from the prime minister's military secretary--that he was "visiting a security facility" within the country--attempted to avert prying eyes in a country where the press corps dutifully obey military censorship laws.
In the 1980s and 1990s, India's literary scene was vibrant whereas in Pakistan, military censorship and a lack of support for the arts resulted in a dearth of creative writers.
Therefore, the Israeli military censorship ordered local newspapers not to publish the names of the military unit commanders in Gaza, so that they would not be hunted around the world.
Lloyd refused to be embedded with either the British or US invasion forces arguing that that amounted to military censorship and would deprive the public of impartial reportage of the military invasion.
Obermayer, who also attended the Nuremberg war crime trials, believes his is the first published commentary on the topic of French sabotage because of military censorship and the fact that journalists have never liked writing about pipelines.
Israeli military censorship lifted a publication ban yesterday.
While this edict doesn't specifically apply to music, Senor continued, the military censorship decree "was modeled after similar policies and similar standards and guidelines in the United States, in the United Kingdom, Australia, and elsewhere."
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