American Library Association begins privacy campaign
July 25, 2008 at 10:54 AM
The American Library Association, the country's largest professional librarian organization, is embarking on a new nationwide privacy campaign. The organization hopes to raise over a $1M to educate Americans about privacy in the information age. The aim of the campaign to get Americans to "recommit to information privacy".
Librarians want to turn us all into privacy fiends -- Ars Technica
Privacy: Is it time for a revolution? -- American Library Association
Rallying Americans for the right to information privacy -- American Library Association
It's the privacy revolution y'all -- Librarian In Black