Office for Intellectual Freedom

Choose Privacy Week begins on May 1, 2012!

 

CHICAGO - Choose Privacy Week begins next week (May 1 – 7, 2012), and the ALA is offering numerous resources to help libraries take part, including online programming, a series of blog posts and a brand-new new video documentary.

OIF’s Barbara Jones discusses Choose Privacy Week

CHICAGO — Barbara Jones, executive director of the ALA’s Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF), highlights the importance of privacy rights in today’s digital age with a new video podcast in honor of Choose Privacy Week, May 1 – 7, 2012.

Libraries empower Americans to Choose Privacy from surveillance

CHICAGO – In today’s digital world, nothing is private. Every keystroke, every Web search and every email is recorded. Whether through social media, credit cards, GPS, biometrics or even coupons, emerging technologies have made it possible for organizations and government agencies to monitor the activities of citizens through surveillance.

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