Library Students Lead Discussion on Internet Privacy

May 2, 2017

Internet privacy was the topic during an event sponsored by Emporia State University and the Portland (Oregon) Student Chapter of the American Library Association last month. 

"Fight the Good Fight: An Intellectual Freedom & Current Library Issues Discussion" was led by Professor Candace Morgan, noted intellectual freedom librarian and former President of the Freedom to Read Foundation. 

During the conversation, Morgan highly encouraged students to take action to save the Institute of Museum & Library Services (IMLS) and learn more about the anticipated rollback of internet privacy regulations.

A recording of the discussion is here: https://emporiascala.wordpress.com/2017/04/03/esu-portland-scala-present-fight-the-good-fight/. Other links include: 

Click here to be directed to Everyday Advocacy resources to help #saveIMLS.

Click here to be directed to the ALA’s Fight for Libraries page.

Click here to read more from the Intellectual Freedom Blog about how libraries can respond to the repeal of FCC Privacy Rules.

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