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It's going to get much harder in the second and third parts, what with the gay angels and disgruntled ex-nuns and the war against heaven and Lyra shutting down the afterlife so the souls of the departed can evaporate in peace.
There are those in the US that posit that it's only censorship if the Gov't does it. The exact same act, if done by a private (or public) company or institution in the service of defense of its profits or goals, is Fair and Good. What does this bring to the conversation? I don't know, beyond an interesting aside on whether what we're discussing can properly be called censorship.
Well, as an American, I clearly speak for all Americans on this subject, so you can quote me.
Corporations more powerful than the government? When Laurel Leaf can kidnap people, transport them to some East European dungeon and have them waterboarded, and no one can do anything about it, then you'll have a point.
Personally, I'm more horrified by someone going in and quietly changing one word in a book and telling nobody than putting a gun to my head and telling me I better shut up or I'll die.