expurgate from

expurgate something from something

to cleanse something by removing something. (Often refers to editing objectionable material from written or broadcast material.) They expurgated the most graphic passages from the novel. We will expurgate the offensive matter from the article.
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MAAWG General Meeting: Leading German Telecom Service Provider O2 Protects its Customers' E-mail Accounts With eXpurgate From Eleven