Bad censorship arrives from those who are to lazy to censor it for themselves.
This next section talks about Censorship among a popular cartoon.
There are a few cartoon blocks that still air such as 'Vortex' but that's more of a rehash block where they air cartoons that have been aired in other blocks in the past. One cartoon which stands out is 'Dragonball Z Kai' which was first aired back in 1996 in it's semi-edited format, then re-aired in 1999 which showed more than the previous version such as blood, gore & tid-bit allusions to 'Master Roshi's' pervertedness. This was aired in the kids block & no one ever questioned the content until now that it's aired on both 'Vortex' & 'Nicktoons'. These new versions of the classic, now retitled 'Dragonball Z Kai' took away the blood, the hardcore fight scenes & renamed Picolo's move from 'Hellzone Blast' to 'Orange Blast'. I'm not saying censoring to fit the product into a child friendly blast is bad but it's too late, my genoration already knows about the gore, blood, & popo once being colored black; Plus the uncut episodes are on the shelves of every entertainment story, it's gonna be a suprise when little jimmy finds out Goku cut cell in half. In my opinion, I see this as a difference between decades, parents didn't care if I saw gore in 1999, but now in 2013, we gotta think of the children!!!
This also dates back when 'Pokemon' hit big here in the United States. Pokemon was both censored & had a few episodes banned due to Political Correctness amongst the bearly hurt, post 9/11 society. First, whenever Ash & his friends ate rice balls, the translation named them 'Japanese Dounuts'. That reminds me of this dubbed karate film in which one of the fighter's called a noodle plate 'Spaggetti with Chili'. Secondly, a few episodes did no air either because they showed buildings blow up or because they were "Too Japanese & we need to show our kids this is 'Murica!"
Overall, my point is censorship is good, when you do it in your own house in your own time without the help of PC parents.