Redactions and “Everything Goes”

Interesting example [below] of redaction in a web page article that I suspect is to block content from non-subscribers. Or perhaps they need to just have you sign up, etc. Don’t know right now. Haven’t researched the site yet. Not really sure if I want to.

Screen shot [photo] below is a simple example that appears to be just a picture, like a Portable Network Graphic (*.png) or some other web friendly format

Here’s the link [URL] to the article:

What is the difference between an undergraduate and a graduate degree

Photo of the sample [image] below, snagged with the Start+S (OneNote required) keystroke combination.

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Redactions are of interest to me because I first learned about what they really are from learning about the word processor Microsoft Word and supporting it from basic user functions to VBA (programming code) and macros. But you see them from time to time on television and in media coverage over court trials.

Only bad thing about this sample is that it’s not exactly because I’m mainly looking for journalism samples from media coverage of court trials where there’s redaction. But you can also just search the web. Good example would be of a 60 minutes interview with redactions, if there’s ones out there you can sample in a blog or something. Just something I can research later. Blogging the basics [above sample] portraying a simple across the board or “everything goes” redaction sample for readers.

Main purpose is to show for web developers providing a sample of redaction for communication and collaboration with web design, for future consumption.