This explains why Sailor Moon hasn't been relicensed in France, Canada, Korea, Hungary, USA, Britain, Australia, and pretty much any country with a terribly censored dub. The good news is that the DiC version will never see the light of day in the US ever again. I do know that while Naoko approved of the voices (aside from Usagi's being too deep, that's what I heard anyway. If only she would've disapproved of Liza Balkan's Hong Kong voice acting...), she heavily disapproved of the edits. I honestly can't blame her. I wouldn't want to see my creation ripped to sheds by a low budget cartoon company that went belly up roughly a decade later.
Mrs. Takeuchi ultimately gave the rights under one condition: For the series and proposals to be respected. No censorship whatsoever. Naoko has become very strict with every single detail about her series, because other companies *coughDICcough* really screwed up. She doesn't want that happening again.