Censorship, ads, and children

Hi, I am new to the forum.

I was wondering your thoughts about Jacobellis v. Ohio, a case concerning constitutional standards for censorship activities involving children. The case concluded "laws aimed specifically at preventing distribution of objectionable children might be acceptable."

Related to this, do you think it should be permissible to restrict certain ads on television channels aimed at children?

Is this censorship?

What do you mean?

I can only find a load of stuff about a movie called "Les Amants" from 1964. This case was about obscenity law and didn't have anything to do with advertising or children.

What sort of ads do you mean? Cigarettes? Alcohol? Junk food? Ads with sexual overtones such as for cars or perfume?

We enjoy Cbeebies (BBC for under 5s) which has no ads, but the channel still has an agenda.