NCAC’s guide to fighting book censorship, the Book Censorship Toolkit is made for students, educators, and parents everywhere. Get tips on responding to book censorship, learn the typical objections to books, and the usual procedure for challenging book bans.
Copyright – our system for protecting and encouraging creativity – has been described as “the engine of free expression.” But copyright can also interfere with free speech – with the public’s right to share, enjoy, criticize, parody, and build on the works of others.
A public policy report from the Free Expression Project (FEPP), published in 2003.
In late 2004, the Brennan Center for Justice began a research project to learn how well fair use and free expression are faring among artists, scholars, and others who make critical contributions to culture and democratic discourse. We conducted focus group discussions, telephone interviews, an online survey, and an analysis of more than 300 cease and desist and take-down letters that have been deposited with the “Chilling Effects” Clearinghouse.
A public policy report from the Free Expression Project (FEPP), published in 2005.