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Florida High School Requires Permission Slip for ‘Tangled’ Screening

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In a fascinating glimpse into the ever-evolving landscape of Disney movie censorship, it was recently reported that a high school in Florida took the unexpected step of requiring permission slips for students to watch the beloved Disney film, Tangled. This decision by the school authorities has sparked a wave of discussions and debates surrounding the boundaries and limitations of content ...

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Disney+ Removing Content “Not Meant For Children”

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Disney+, a powerhouse of The Walt Disney Company, this streaming service has experienced a surge in popularity since its launch, positioning itself as a go-to platform for all things Disney. Disney+ is the brainchild of CEO Bob Iger. With Disney+ competing with major streaming platforms like Netflix, Disney expanded into producing exclusive content, marking a significant surge in content creation. Recently, ...

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Disney Reevaluates Extreme Bluey Censorship


Parents love Bluey. The Australian children’s show is wholesome and silly and inspires us to be better while entertaining and educating the kids. Some US parents were upset, however, to learn they had not seen every episode of the beloved show. They were even more upset when they discovered the reason: Disney had censored the show and did not air ...

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