It depends on what you mean by censorship. You can write anything that you want on your computer. You can create anything that you can imagine... but you cannot expoit children. If your computer is not connected to the outside world, it's pretty much up to you what you do with it. As soon as you connect to others, Communication laws are in effect which limits what can and cannot be sent across public communication media. Communication laws have been in effect pretty much since the early history of the telephone.
cenorship is stupid
First computer was introduced by Charles babage
The first computer, sold to the public was introduced around the 1970's.
Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer introduced in 1946 by the University of Pennsylvania.
Malwares, computer viruses and worms are some of the things that when introduced to a computer will destroy the data.
Osborne 1 introduced the first laptop computer in 1981
If it was on the internet, no. If it was your security program, yes, sorry.
He was sacked and replaced by a computer.
The Coco or Color computer was officially known as the TRS 80 and was introduced - you guessed it - in 1980.
The first Apple Macintosh computer was introduced in July 1984.
The first Apple computer was sold in July 1976.
IBM 1401 is the first computer in nepal
The Apple II computer was introduced in 1977.
The IBM PC was introduced in 1981.
The first Apple computer was introduced in April of 1976 at the Homebrew Computer Club in Palo Alto. It sold originally for $666.66. It was sold through several small retailers.
Ibm 1401 is a first generation computer
In 1973, IBM developed the Winchester computer drive
why analoges computer introduced
Apple's FireWire (IEEE 1394 interface) was first introduced in 1995.