Intellectual Freedom News 11/10/17

Intellectual Freedom News

November 10, 2017 – Collated by OIF Staff and News Interns

Intellectual Freedom Highlights

  • Teach the talk, don’t ban the book | OIF Blog; “Intellectual freedom advocates need to do our part to reject the sensationalization of censorship. It’s not enough to lament the restriction of a book on social media or grumble about schools’ decisions.”
  • The Right to Write: OIF Blogging Opportunities for 2018 | Intellectual Freedom Blog; “The American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) is seeking bloggers for 2018!”

Censorship

Privacy

Access

Free Press, Social Media, and Fake News

Net Neutrality and Broadband Access

Academic Freedom/ Campus Speech

First Amendment Issues

Around the Web

International Issues

ALA News


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