Freedom and privacy and F Guide - Resources and Review

Through research, advocacy, and public education, the Project on Government Secrecy works to challenge excessive government secrecy and to promote public oversight. The Project supports journalists and fosters enhanced public awareness of secrecy issues through publication of the Secrecy and Government Bulletin.
The Atlantis Project is dedicated to the goal of establishing a new country named Oceania. This country will be devoted to the value of freedom, and will first exist as a sea city in the Caribbean.
List of sites relating to spies, information warfare, government secrecy, covert activities, political investigations, terrorist profiles, intelligence reports, privacy on the Internet, militias etc.
Full text documents obtained from the Department of State, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Department of Defence, the Department of Justice, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the National Archives. Includes collections of records on topics of public interest such as freedom of information and human rights, and declassified documents relating to events in Chile from 1973
78. Also features reference materials such as the text of the Privacy Act, executive orders and annual Freedom of Information Act reports. A search facility is available.
A non
profit civil liberties organisation working in the public interest to protect privacy, free expression, and access to public resources and information online, as well as to promote responsibility in new media.
Campaigning organisation based in London. Formed in 1990 as a watchdog on surveillance by governments and corporations.
Pressure group fighting for the future of freedom of expression in the information age. Offers news, Supreme Court appeal documents and background information.
Campaigns against unnecessary secrecy and for a Freedom of Information Act, monitoring existing access rights and offering practical guides to help people use them. A series of private members' bills in Parliament have also been promoted, several of which have become law, providing new rights of access to personal files and other information.
Magazine covering aspects of the digital revolution, such as the future of libraries, Internet security and privacy, and technical developments.
Resources on censorship, freedom of speech, banned books and related legal issues.
Collection of reports documenting prevailing conditions of libraries, librarians, and intellectual freedom throughout the world. Countries covered include Chile, Italy, Mexico, Lesotho, Ukraine, Cambodia, Lebanon, Norway, Sri Lanka, and Zimbabwe.
Public interest research centre in Washington DC, established to focus public attention to emerging civil liberties issues relating to the National Information Infrastructure.
Offers answers to privacy related questions, news items, and links to additional resources. Material is aimed at business, consumers, and children.
Information about the campaign to protect and promote fundamental human rights such as freedom of speech and the right of privacy on the Internet. Offers news, resources and articles on issues such as free speech, privacy, cryptography and access to information.
Draft Freedom of Information Bill which aims to provide wider statutory access rights, improve openness in public life and to preserve confidentiality where disclosure would be against the public interest. Includes summary, background information and a question and answer guide. Available in PDF.
Consumer information program offering information on a variety of information privacy issues, as well as practical tips on safeguarding personal privacy. Provides access to full text speeches and testimony, related privacy resources, and factsheets on topics such as wireless communications, junk mail, eavesdropping, and credit card payment.
An electronic library of information relating to computers and issues of academic freedom.
This resource facilitates the study of the student protest movement at the University of California, Berkeley, 1964
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A reference and research library which aims to serve the general public and the media on questions about access to government documents and information.
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