POLICY & ADVOCACY UPDATES
-- Continuing: Join the Unite Against Book Bans campaign. Tell your friends and colleagues.
-- Upcoming: Alan Inouye looks forward to speaking at the upcoming AALL Conference in Boston. Hope to chat with folks while there--let me know if you'll be around.
At ALA Annual: FCC Chairwoman Rosenworcel announces proposal to expand eligible services for E-rate program for libraries.
At ALA Annual Conference: Rally for the Right to Read, headlined by Ibram X. Kendi. Set the tone for the conference. Thanks again to sponsors and partners Ingram Content Group, EBSCO Information Services, and Penguin Random House.
ALA Policy Corps cadre on intellectual freedom speak out at the ALA Annual Conference
ALA, AAP Reaffirm Landmark Freedom to Read Statement on 70th Anniversary
ALA endorses nomination of Anna Gomez as a FCC Commissioner and re-nominations of Geoffrey Starks and Brendan Carr as FCC Commissioners.
ALA submitted comments on funding programs under the Digital Equity Act to the U.S. National Telecommunications and Information Administration
"Behind E-Books, Libraries Find Restrictions and High Costs," Government Technology
ALA, as part of the Library Copyright Alliance, submitted comments on artificial intelligence and copyright to the Office of Science and Technology Policy
ALA as part of the Library Copyright Alliance joined the Access to Knowledge Coalition to comment on the latest draft of the WIPO Broadcast Organizations Treaty (SCCR/43/3), focusing on fixation and limitations and exceptions.
"How new tactics have driven a spike in book ban attempts," The Hill
Alan S. Inouye, Ph.D.
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