The privacy act stipulates that individuals retain ownership of the data they transmit electronically and not service providers or software vendors.
Guest post by Peter Bromberg; As Advocacy chair of the Utah Library Association (ULA) I quickly reached out to ULA President Rebekah Cummings and immediately went into action with a goal of convincing the 13-member UEN Board to reverse their decision to block access to EBSCO at the October 19 meeting.
May 5, 2016 – Intellectual Freedom and Minors webinar with Chris Crutcher; New Library Privacy Guidelines for Students in K-12 Schools; Looking for Alaska retained in Kentucky; This One Summer banned in Minnesota; Internet Filters and so much more.
Cross-posted on the Freedom to Read Foundation Blog. A final settlement was reached last week in the Davis County, Utah book removal case. In addition to returning the book In […]
Reblogged from Freedom to Read Foundation Blog. Yesterday, the Davis County, Utah, Public School system announced that it would be re-instating the book “In Our Mothers’ House” to school library shelves. While […]