The American Library Association (ALA) issued a resolution on the Patriot Act that states the organization “considers sections of the act a president danger to the constitution and privacy rights of library users. It not only encourages librarians to defend user privacy, it also asks ALA to take action to obtain and publicize information about surveillance and assess the impact on libraries.” This reference is from the Library Journal, registration req’d.
ALA Opposes Patriot Act
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