Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of D-notice.

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Examples

  • How many D-notices requesting that such information not be published on grounds of national security were issued over the same period?

    How Should the West Respond to Putin's Threat?

  • If the RFU could decide what should and should not be released instead of embargoing things like Second World War D-notices, the properly confidential matters could be distinguished.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Censorship over British media has always existed - from D-notices to the more 'cultural' side which compelled Filmation to put morals at the end of every He-Man story, lest children be influenced by one cartoon character beating up another.

    FACT - Freedom Against Censorship Thailand

  • Asked in the Q&A interview how bad English libel laws were, Hersh said: "There's no question [that England's libel laws are chilling] - D-notices are chilling.

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  • Asked in the Q&A interview how bad English libel laws were, Hersh said: "There's no question [that England's libel laws are chilling] - D-notices are chilling.

    Press Gazette Latest News

  • Asked in the Q&A interview how bad English libel laws were, Hersh said: "There's no question [that England's libel laws are chilling] - D-notices are chilling.

    Press Gazette Latest News

  • Asked in the Q&A interview how bad English libel laws were, Hersh said: "There's no question [that England's libel laws are chilling] - D-notices are chilling.

    Press Gazette Latest News

  • Asked in the Q&A interview how bad English libel laws were, Hersh said: "There's no question [that England's libel laws are chilling] - D-notices are chilling.

    Press Gazette Latest News

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