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The File Room Censorship Archive     View
Originally begun by an artist, this site is now maintained by the National Coalition Against Censorship and covers censorship, suppression of information, libraries, public repositories of information, and more.

Banned Books Week     View
Banned Books Week is observed during the last week of September each year. The American Library Association's planning materials for this event are available on this site. Documents include frequently asked questions, a press kit for the event, and ...

Exiled Writers Ink ! - Writers     View
Browse an extensive list of writers from around the world who are currently living in exile in the UK due to their works. Biographical information about each author is included, as well as excerpts from their work in most cases.

OCLC Top 1000: 2005 Banned Books     View
The Online Computer Library Center (OCLC)is a worldwide library cooperative whose online catalog, WorldCat, contains over one billion items from over 10,000 libraries. Browse this list of banned books that made it onto their list of the top 1000 book ...

Great Firewall of China     View
This Dutch site checks website addresses against Chinese government Internet censorship protocols to find if a site is blocked in China. The site notes that this service "may report sites as being 'blocked,' while there are only technical reason ...

National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC)     View
This site's publishers have "assisted artists, authors, teachers, students, librarians, readers, museum-goers, and others in opposing censorship, and nurtured a coalition of religious, labor, professional, educational and civil rights organizati ...

Index on Censorship     View
A repository "of original, challenging, controversial and intelligent writing on free expression issues. Index on Censorship continues to log free expression abuses in scores of countries, report on censorship issues from all over the world, and ...

Perils of Publication     View
Discussion of self-censorship by scientific journals on information that might be of use to terrorists, with emphasis on potential biological weapons. Includes bibliography. Searchable. From the WhyFiles, University of Wisconsin.

Censored: Wielding the Red Pen     View
"This exhibition [about censorship] hopes not so much to judge censors and censorship but instead to provoke questions." Some of the topics and case studies covered in the exhibit include reference and religious works, Margaret Sanger and b ...

See No Evil: How Internet Filters Affect the Search for Online Health Information     View
Also known as "the Kaiser Report," this December 2002 document has received a great deal of attention from librarians and others interested in access to information. From the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Note: The link opens directly ...



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