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OIF sponsors IFAction, an email list for those who would like updated information on news affecting intellectual freedom, censorship, privacy, access to information, and more. To subscribe to this list, visit http://lists.ala.org/wws/subscribe/ifaction. For an archive of all postings to the list since 1996, visit http://lists.ala.org/wws/arc/ifaction. Below is a sample of articles from May 11-17, 2012.
Euclid downplays privacy concerns about Wi-Fi tracking
FBI eyes Internet wiretaps
DoD Establishes Civil Liberties Program
Cops, ACLU clash over GOP bill that would limit cell phone tracking
Bits: Twitter Implements Do Not Track Privacy Option
Facebook IPO doesn’t mean the end of privacy
Ruling aims at restoring balance in dealing with terror
FTC shifts its approach to protecting online privacy
Locals offer opinions on ‘Fifty Shades’ during Brevard libraries meeting
According to iTunes, “jailbreak” is a four-letter word
Parent Traps: Don’t monitor your kids’ Web surfing.
The Rise of Europe’s Private Internet Police
Changes expected after outcry over book selection
On Censorship by Salman Rushdie, The New Yorker
Broken Arrow school board votes to keep acclaimed but assailed book
Issa Asks USTR For More Details of Trans-Pacific Trade Deal
USD 501 students upset about Internet filter
Court blocks Illinois law used to charge those who video police officers