New Gloucester lawmaker seeks to ban ‘obscene’ material from public schools; How to identify and report hate speech on social media; Should we ban Tintin and Snowy?
Meet the 2019 Intellectual Freedom Bloggers; Freedom of information and personal data: Big Tech should take cues from public libraries; Iowa federal judge strikes Ag-Gag Statute as violating First Amendment
Drag queen story hour lawsuit dismissed by judge; Why 2019 might finally bring a national privacy law for the US; A look back at the stories that affected libraries
OIF Seeks Censorship Information from 2018; Minorities suffer the most from hate-speech laws; Bill Marden featured on Privacy and Treasures Podcast
Call for nominations for the Gerald Hodges Intellectual Freedom Chapter Relations Award; New Jersey parents upset at reduced access to books; On information privilege and information equity
Facebook Live with OIF on Wednesday, December 12; Award named after author Bill Konigsberg; PEN America files brief for court to recognize constitutional right to literacy
OIF Seeks Censorship Information from 2018; Abrams cancels controversial ‘Suicide Bomber’ graphic novel; Should book choices be private? Harold Washington Library patron calls for change
Some libraries are facing backlash against LGBT programs — and holding their ground; Revisiting collection development in a digital age; Advocates draw battle lines over national privacy law
Is there a limit to academic freedom? How to lock down what websites can access on your computer; (When) Should curriculum changes be called censorship?
After man burns LGBTQ children’s books, donations to Orange City library skyrocket; Hate speech is infecting America, but trying to ban it is not the answer; American Libraries Live: What Do the Midterms Mean for Your Library?