Intellectual Freedom News 11/16/18

Intellectual Freedom News

November 16, 2018 – Collated by OIF Staff and News Editors

Intellectual Freedom Highlights

  • Breaking the code: Stan Lee’s stand against censorship | Freedom Forum Institute – “Lee’s stand encouraged modernization of the code and reminded many that a simplistic blanket ban on content was not as valuable or effective as thoughtful content creation. As the editor of the most successful comic book company in the world, Lee had great power, and in this instance, showed us great responsibility.”



See this week’s additional privacy news and updates on the Choose Privacy Everyday blog.

Net Neutrality and Broadband Access


Free Press, Social Media, and Fake News

Academic Freedom & Campus Speech

First Amendment and Free Speech

Hate Crimes and Hate Speech

Around the Web

International Issues

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