Intellectual Freedom News 7/7/2017

Intellectual Freedom News

July 7, 2017 – Collated by OIF Staff and News Interns

Intellectual Freedom Highlights

  • The queering of the public library | OIF Blog; “A complaint about Pride Month programs and materials in libraries prompted this response from an academic librarian.”
  • Out of sight, out of mind | OIF Blog; “Sometimes the inclusion of specific titles in those displays or the themes of the displays themselves can become points of controversy in our libraries.”

Censorship

Access

Privacy

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Net Neutrality

Academic Freedom/ Campus Speech

First Amendment Issues

Around the Web

International Issues

ALA News


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