If you don't see it it doesn't exist
iCensr is an iPhone application—made in association with the NCAC—to censor your environment by taking pictures and editing out content with a touch of your finger. The intent of this application is mainly to address the arbitrariness of censorship, how what is inappropriate to one person is fine to another, and how the censorship of something can be a message in and of itself. We hope to encourage users to approach this application as a challenge to create scandal through censorship rather than conceal it. In the same vain as Jimmy Kimmel's Unnecessary Censorship and the Song of the Count, we want users to take harmless content and make it into a statement by creating an illusion of indecency, thereby playing with our perceptions of our environment.
iPhone application allows user to take a picture or select one from their libary, edit out content, and then save it to their album, twitter, and/or the iCensr website.
Interactive website allows visitors to view submitted images and vote interest.  Intentional choice of selecting 'interesting' vs 'predictable' to guide people to select images on their thought provoking elements as opposed to quality of picture or general content.

This project was meant to be incendiary, not generic.
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