December 11, 2012...1:29 pm

IF Action Round Up, December 3-10, 2012

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The Office for Intellectual Freedom sponsors IFAction, an email list for those who would like updated information on news affecting intellectual freedom, censorship, privacy, access to information, and more. Click here to subscribe to this listFor an archive of all list postings since 1996, visit the IF Action archive. Below is a sample of articles from December 3-10, 2012.

Censorship

Assigned reading draws complaint: Couple wants book banned for all but high school seniors (The Glass Castle, MI)

Related: Michigan school board to take up book ban request

Opinions split on freshman reading assignment in Grandview (The Perks of Being a Wallflower, OH)

Tweets of rage: does free speech on the internet actually exist?

Alan Moore graphic novel banned from South Carolina library (update)

School board punts on first book ban decision  (MN, textbook)

 

Privacy

California Eyeing Drone Surveillance

Border Agents’ Power to Search Devices Is Facing Increasing Challenges in Court

Cops to Congress: We need logs of Americans’ text messages

No Warrant, No Problem: How The Government Can Still Get Your Digital Data

Senate Judiciary to consider location privacy bill

Public Buses Across Country Quietly Adding Microphones to Record Passenger Conversations

Apps for Children Fall Short on Disclosure to Parents, Report Says

 

International Telecommunications Union

UN internet regulation treaty talks begin in Dubai

US fails to shield Google, Facebook from ITU process

Congress Demands United Nations Keep Hands Off the Internet

1 Comment

  • another anonymous

    The TI (targeted individual) community, please spread this message. The no touch remote torture is done through your own wireless net connections and wireless devices.

    keyword links
    william binney on russia today youtube

    ICAACT.org International Coalition Agianst the Abuse of Covert Technologies.

    Spread this message to the world and lets get our minds and freedom to act back!


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