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Megan Schliesman Wins 2014 WLA/WEMTA Intellectual Freedom Award
Zimmer's Washington Post Essay on "Mark Zuckerberg's Theory of Privacy"
Zimmer Launches "The Zuckerberg Files" Project
Banned Books Week: "How Libraries Fight for Free Speech, Freedom from Surveillance, and Democratic Values"
CIPR Research Lunch: Potential of the Internet for Social Change in Former Soviet Countries: Case of Belarus
CIPR Welcomes Fulbright Visiting Scholar, Dr. Alexei Krivolap
Privacy Week 2013 with Dr. Kelly Gates: The Computational Work of Policing
ALA-Google Symposium on “Revisiting the Children’s Internet Protection Act: 10 Years Later”
Announcing CIPR Senior Research Fellow: Dr. Rina Ghose
ALA Webinar on Programming and Outreach during Choose Privacy Week
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