The published works banned from state prisons range from the sexually explicit to the seemingly innocuous. “Books that could be seen as divisive or provocative, those are the kinds of things we don’t want in our institutions,” spokesman Ken Pastorick said.If a book isn't divisive or provocative, what is the point? These people are just saying they don't want any books at all. Besides, anything "can be seen" as divisive or provocative. You'd think we'd be well aware of that. It says in this article that DOC has 27 full time employees working to censor reading material.
Do they know they could probably just outsource that to Google?