By choosing to remove the book, a precedent is set for the success of future book challenges that place objectionable content over pedagogical merit.
Newsday. Local-NY, 8/6/2017
The bill risks eviscerating online free speech protections for websites that host large amounts of user-generated content.
Howard J. Kopel’s interpretation of the Nassau anti-BDS legislation seeks to punish an individual purely for expressing First Amendment-protected views.
The groups emphasize that the mere presence of explicit language and violence in a book provides no justification for its removal.