Intellectual Freedom News from ALA

As part of our commitment to providing our members with news from around the profession, we are copying information for you from the latest ALA newsletter from the Office of Intellectual Freedom! Supporting the intellectual freedom of your patrons is an important aspect of being an library professional; so here is some news on how this topic is shaping up around the country!

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Intellectual Freedom News 2/17/17

News You Can Use


Hate Speech and Libraries




Net Neutrality

Academic Freedom

First Amendment Issues

Around the Web

International Issues

Office for Intellectual Freedom News

ALA News

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  • articles about privacy, internet filtering and censorship
  • ALA activities, conferences and institutes, products, online learning opportunities, awards and grants, international exchanges, and more
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