IFAction News Roundup, November 2 — November 8, 2014
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 list. For an archive of all list postings since 1996, visit the IF Action archive. Below is a sample of articles from November 2 – November 8.
Filtering, Censorship, Whistle blowing, Misinformation, Free Press, and Free Speech Articles
Journalism, Independent and Not
The Conservative Alienation from Journalism
ACLU slams no-fly zone over Ferguson [MO]
District Superintendent Claims 14-Year-Old Student Bullied Her By Using Her Photo In A Criminal Justice Class Project
Activists challenge Los Angeles TV station for using ‘Redskins’ name
Access, the Digital Divide, Net Neutrality, and Intellectual Property Protection Articles
The Doomsday Librarian Preparing Our Reading for the Apocalypse
Can Open Source Help Solve Unemployment?
Picking The Locks: Redefining Copyright Law In The Digital Age [Audio]
IRS provides update to libraries on tax form program
The one Obama nominee that Republicans can get behind
Privacy, Surveillance, Hacking, and Cybersecurity Articles
An Unprecedented Look at Stuxnet, the World’s First Digital Weapon
Does your phone company track you?
Senate’s flip could ease path to NSA reform
Apple malware affects mostly Chinese users
Secret Cameras Rekindle Privacy Debate at Harvard