Policing electronic information: threats to freedom of expression
Considers two limits on freedom of expression in electronic media: the regulation of the Internet and electronic copyright. Examines these in two case studies, one on the status of anarchist publishing on the Internet, the other on the use of sampling in the creation of new recordings. Notes that these limits have been applied most effectively to small, alternative creators and publishers and result from narrow views of electronic media. Recommends that librarians address the use of electronic media in the light of freedom of expression, rather than in commercial and legal terms.
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