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an initiative to combat hate speech, from the California State University (Northridge) Department of Communication Studies.
U.S. Dept. of Justice site including "Dispelling the Myths about the USA Patriot Act" and information on cyberethics, as well as web links, news, updates, Congressional testimony, and speeches on cybercrime.
A research center focusing on privacy and first amendment issues. Publisher of an award-winning newsletter (EPIC Alert), books and reports.
analysis of and news on issues such as art, censorship, history of censorship, internet speech, media violence, and more.
a bibliography, documents from the 1960's, and online audio/video resources on the famous student protests at the University of California, Berkeley.
a highly acclaimed British site for news on free speech, with an index by country.
sponsors programs on free press and free speech for the MTSU College of Mass Communication.
from the Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, this site includes sections on news, government, consumer privacy, events, laws, and digital privacy.
Overview of finding government records through the Freedom of information (FOI) Act, including its history and sections on the FOI and the courts, privacy, and your life.
Ref. and stacks PN4888.P6T67 2004 - award-winning annual collection of significant news stories neglected by the major media. Includes nine chapters on censorship topics, Tom Tomorrow cartoons, index and guides to independent publications and organizations. Some earlier volumes in stacks.
Ref. Z658.U5C38 1997 (3 vols.) - almost 1,000 essays on people, issues, individual works that were censored, organizations, laws, events and court cases.
Ref. Z658.W675C38 2001 (4 vols.) - Includes articles on censorship in individual countries and religions, concepts, controversial topics, and particular media; index in Vol. 4.
Ref. JC599.U5W95 1991 - six informative chapters plus detailed tables on our opinions regarding free speech.
Ref. H41.I58 2001 - Includes articles on Censorship and Secrecy, Censorship and Transgressive Art, Censorship in Research and Scholarship, and Freedom of the Press, all with recent bibliographies.
U.S. organization protecting free speech. Includes press releases, and a legislative update.
Covers library censorship and other free speech issues.
Practical solutions to privacy issues in the digital environment.
A conservative privacy rights foundation.
Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
A non-profit organization supporting First Amendment rights of cartoonists.
A non-profit group interested in protecting digital speech rights.
Features comprehensive, current First Amendment information.
A nonpartisan site with links to the front pages of the day's newspapers.
Seeking to protect the public and make this area a "civil liberties safe zone".
Free expression news, action alerts, project descriptions, and publications.
National Freedom of Information Coalition
A group of state freedom of information organizations.
Worldwide news and links on freedom of expression.
A watchdog for government and corporate surveillance, with latest news and documents.
A research group and advocate for independent journalism. Publishes the yearbook Censored.
A non-profit center advocating free speech in the mass media, publishing, and the arts.