This category is for sites on censorship and freedom of speech, including what level, if any, censorship should be instituted.
By Philip Atkinson.
Named after Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 19 works worldwide to combat censorship by promoting freedom of expression and access to official information through local partners and a global law program.
Chronicle of the societal control of behavior considered in violation of traditional and conventional morality.
Independent site featuring up to date news and articles relating to film and video censorship which have recently appeared in the UK and International Media. Provides direct links to relevant articles from all publications and sources with varying opinions.
Trade association for the adult entertainment industry. Includes news and legal information on censorship and freedom of expression.
Resource of material provided by Marc Lemire. Includes an archive of information focused on the censorship of the Canadian Human Rights Commission.
Provides a summary of issues and an annotated, critical bibliography relevant to Australian computer games censorship. Debates for and against computer games censorship.
Covers news and issues related to freedom of expression throughout the world.
The Monitor: FBI's Shutter Speed by Mark Boal. Subversive Filmmaker Attracts the Wrong Kind of Agent. [The Village Voice]
Explores and publicizes censorship in our society by locating important stories about which the public should be aware but is not, for one reason or another.
Fighting censors of popular music. Contains information on the organization, lists 'friends' and 'enemies' of the fight, and outlines how you can help.
The story of how Harry Reichenbach tricked the smutbusting decency czar Anthony Comstock.
Articles and a timeline of censorship.
To provide empirical research and policy development on tough censorship issues and seek free speech-friendly solutions to the concerns that drive censorship campaigns.
Jonathon Blumen provides thoughtful discussion about roots and current status of free speech.
NCAC aims to educate and mobilize the community against acts of censorship.
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