Intellectual Freedom News 2/14/2020

Intellectual Freedom News


  • Shhh! Libraries hope to avoid a video closeup | Portland Tribune; “Legally, public libraries are considered a “limited public forum,” Deborah Caldwell-Stone said. Staff can enforce behavior rules, and require that people receive permission before photographing inside their buildings to avoid interfering with staff or patrons.”


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