A State's Increasing Role in Monitoring Expression: New Zealand's New Censorship Regime (1996)
Type of ContentJournal Articles
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. School of Law
AuthorsCheer, U.show all
In New Zealand, following an important censorship decision made under a new legislative regime in 1996, distributors of the overseas magazines 'Knave', 'Ravers' and 'Two Blue' now employ individuals whose soul task is to examine such magazines after they enter the country, in order to carefully obscure with black felt pen identified harmful words contained within certain advertisements. This censorship decision is somewhat surprising, and it and others merit detailed examination.
CitationCheer, U. (1996) A State's Increasing Role in Monitoring Expression: New Zealand's New Censorship Regime. Canterbury Law Review, 7, pp. 333-368.
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