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That something is either allowed to be published or to be forbidden to be published. It seems to me that there's a category of material which there probably isn't any or much public interest in making known, such as footballers' marital infidelities, but it doesn't automatically follow from that that there's a public interest in censoring it or banning it. Does that distinction make any sense?

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