Internet and Public Libraries--a thoughtful study of all the
issues involved in providing access to the internet in public
Use Policies for the Internet
--examples and assessments.
Pages--info on banned books, censorship of the net, quotations
on censorship from major texts, and a discussion of issues.
Internet Protection Act
-- legislation, resources, history and
Legislation: S.803--By Senators Joseph Lieberman (D-CT) and Conrad Burns
(R-MT). Scroll down. On Adobe Acrobat.
-- This site is a one-stop portal that describes best
practices, consolidates lessons learned, explains campaign strategies
and tactics, and links the efforts of freedom of information advocates
around the world. It contains crucial information on freedom of
information laws and how they were drafted and implemented, including
how various provisions have worked in practice.
To Read Foundation--an agency of the American Library
Association that will defend the freedom of information in court.
Filters: Library Access Issues in a Cyberspace World
--paper by Alvin Schrader, Phd, at the School
of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta, Canada.
Iraq Librarian's Blog
-- what it's like to be a librarian in war-torn Iraq.
Frequently Banned Books of the 1990's
Post September 11th Environment: Access to Government Information
a list of those Government documents that have been taken off the Web
due to security concerns. A good place to go if you have been
wondering "Now where was that govdoc site I found just last
When the Censor Comes--
a guide for teachers,
librarians, booksellers and others who disseminate the printed word.