The Legal Cost of Improper Internet Censorship
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The Legal Cost of Improper Internet Censorship

Washington : DC : USA | May 15, 2012 at 1:57 PM PDT
Source: Education Week
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Supreme Court ruled 30 years ago that public schools cannot engage in viewpoint-based censorship of library books. Schools can keep books off the shelves if they are poorly written or inappropriate for a particular age group, but they cannot limit access to Harry Potter books out of a concern they glorify... FULL ARTICLE AT Education Week
 
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