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The state's prisons have banned almost 1,000 titles, claiming over half of them pose a “threat to the order and security of the institution.”
The website is being launched amidst right-wing efforts to ban LGBTQ books and smear allies as ‘groomers.’
Academic repositories like LibGen and Z-Library are becoming less accessible on the web, but finding a home on alt-networks like Tor and IPFS.
After a total abortion ban in the state, library workers in Oklahoma were warned to not help patrons find abortion-related information, period.
After being sued for lending ebooks during the height of the pandemic, copyright experts say the site is in danger—and the stakes couldn’t be higher.
Critics are applauding Malaysian rapper Namewee’s film 'Babi' for its depiction of racial tensions and hate speech. The government isn't so pleased.
In a scathing report, Canada's information commissioner said the federal police force's response to access to information requests is woefully inadequate, keeping Canadians in the dark.
Whether Conan the dog, who works for Delta Force, is a very good boy or a very good girl is, the government says, a state secret.
In July, a freedom of information activist dumped an unredacted cache of text messages allegedly hacked from Manafort's daughter's phone.
The government is refusing to disclose information about its training of the Bahraini police because security services are involved.
DHS’s Office of the Inspector General says it has 'limited resources' to investigate hundreds of civil liberties and detainee abuse complaints, but one expert said the figures “demand a closer look.”
Why would they refuse a freedom of information request into the infamous Operation Blue Star?