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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Human Rights Violations - Censorship History 15th Century -The invention of the printing press not only expanded the range of speech,but also increased censorship. This was mostly in Europe. 4th Century -The most famous and oldest case of censorship is with Socrates. The government was worried abouthow is ideas would affect the youth ofRome. 18th Century -Russian and Britain colonies hadtight control over the freedom of speech in their colonies. Newspaper writers and journalists could be arrested. Some of the colonies were India and the Ukraine "Where books are burned, in the end people will burn." Heinrich Heine "Who neither can nor will may hold his peace. What can be more just in a State than this?" Euripides "From these ashes will rise the phoenix of the new spirit" "Truth is the first victim in a war" "Those that live by the pen shall die by the sword" "Not to forget and never let it happen again" Free speech: A challenge to religious power in Europe 19th & 20th Centuries -The censorship of libraries and books becomes more common. Books like Wizard of Oz, Alice in Wonderland, and Catcher in the Rye 1948 -The Universal Declaration of Human Rightsnow declares that all humanshave the right to free speech. 2010-China tightens the information flow between thatflow in and out of the country. Websites like Wikipedia are blockedat the control of the government. Sources:
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