Censorship In Fahrenheit 451 By Ray Bradbury

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Censorship protects kids from predators online and protects information that is personal. Censorship helps a society. The process of censorship can conceal personal information and keep it safe from identity theft, and hide sensitive content from them. Censorship is needed in society today. Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, Captain Beatty, who is the captain of the fireman who set fire to books. Setting fire to houses and burning books will never be a reality because there would be no houses to live in. Censorship should also be used in societies because children could be influenced by inappropriate content. It can keep personal information, and sensitive content from their view. Censorship protects kids. In the article “ What children need is …show more content…

In the article “Why I banned a book” by author Scott Dimarco states “ Access to information is a human right but should be tampered with in some cases, and should be controlled in some ways.” Everybody has human rights for things but some rights should be controlled. It is like firearms, citizens can own them but they need to be controlled. Dimarco is saying some people do not need every human right to be uncontrolled. If we do not control people, they will do whatever they want to whenever they want to. What the author wants readers to take from this is, know what your rights and laws allow and do not try to do whatever people want to, do what citizens know is …show more content…

In the article “book banning” by author Gale Collection he states “ Others contend that restricting access to certain books can protect young people from offensive content and promote social order.” In other words, banning books is a good thing because it keeps children from getting information their parents may not want them to know. Critics have a valid point about book banning because it does make it where readers can not read every book out there, it confines people into reading books with less inappropriate content. Even though citizens cannot read anything, anywhere, it does not mean people can not read it in a disclosed environment reading to

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