Last week, NCAC and EFF protested YouTube’s removal of work by acclaimed video-artist Amy Greenfield. NCAC applauds YouTube for so promptly responding to our letter and restoring Amy Greenfield’s videos to its site (there are still some technical glitches but we are assured these will be taken care of soon). We are glad the company […]
Archives for February 2010
Representations of nudes in painting, sculpture, and photography frequently become subject to controversy. The law, however, is clear: simple nudity (that is nudity outside of a sexually explicit situation) has full constitutional protection. (That does not mean that public officials are always aware of this as a current case in Temecula, CA, testifies.) But what […]
Every year NCAC salutes the contributions of Jonathan Lang and celebrates his birthday as he would have done – at the ballpark. Make a contribution in his memory and join us on May 2nd.
We can now add swimwear catalogs to the list of controversial iPhone apps, which already includes a Kama Sutra ebook, NIN, and the dictionary. In an effort to keep out anything “overtly sexual” from iPhone apps, Apple removed Simply Beach’s catalog (Simply Beach is an online beachwear retailer). Apparently, women in bikinis press Apple’s red-alert […]
I don’t know a teacher who doesn’t want to make a difference in the learning and, yes, even the lives of her students—kind of what we signed up for. But, I also don’t know a one of us that can do that single-handedly. That’s why we gather t…