Censor may refer to:

  • Censorship, the control of speech and other forms of human expression.
  • Roman censor, a magistrate for maintaining the census, supervising public morality, etc.
  • Cato Censor (Marcus Porcius Cato, 234–149 BC), Roman statesman.
  • Censor Librorum, a Church official who approves and, if necessary, removes material from texts for publication.
  • Imperial censorate, a high-level supervisory agency in ancient China, whose duties involved criticizing other officials.
  • Censoring (statistics), the situation when the value of an observation is only partially known.
  • Censor (film), a 2001 film written and directed by Dev Anand.
  • "Censor" (song), a single released by the band Skinny Puppy for the song "Dogshit" in 1988.
  • Censor (Christ Church, Oxford), the student of Christ Church, Oxford undertaking disciplinary duties assigned to deans of other colleges.
  • Censor of St Cuthbert's Society, employed by University of Durham to oversee Society members.
  • Censor, the police of the Royal College of Physicians.

Other articles related to "censor":

St. Andrew's Cross (philately) - Censor Labels
... In the Imperial postal censor station in Bermuda St ... applied in crayon, red, blue or black, to censor resealing labels or tapes used to seal mail being referred to a DAC, deputy assistant censor, or to another ... Some of the crosses were applied after the censor labels had been stuck to the cover due to the cross only showing on the front of the label ...
Censorship In New Zealand - Chief Censor
... The Chief Censor is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairperson of the Office of Film and Literature Classification ... Bill Hastings was the Chief Censor from 1999 through to 2010 when he stood to become a District Court Judge and Chair of the Immigration and Protection Tribunal ... Deputy Chief Censor Nicola McCully filled the role until Dr Andrew Jack was appointed to the position for a three year term starting in March 2011 ...
California Education Code 48907 - Specific Provisions
... Additionally, school districts may not censor, even if the above conditions are met, if the district has not adopted in written form rules and regulations including ... disruptive, all reasonable restrictions on school newspapers, school officials may not censor student material simply because no written school district ... speech protection before being allowed to censor ...
Hugh Buggy - Censor
... During World War II he was chief operational censor at General Douglas MacArthur's headquarters in 1942-46 ...