Freedom to Read Events

February 25, 2013 | Miriam

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“Freedom to read” covers a lot of terFTRW2013_squareritory. Two Freedom to Read Week events at Toronto Public Library tackle issues around government censorship and privacy issues.


Libel and Privacy: Why You Should Watch What You Say on the Internet 

... And Why the Government Shouldn't. Hear Peter Jacobsen, a defamation and media lawyer and board member, Canadian Journalists for Free Expression. Tonight at Yorkville, 7 pm.

Too Many Secrets

Why open government makes sense. Presented by long-time reporter and broadcaster Paul Knox, Faculty of Journalism, Ryerson. Tomorrow, at Lillian H. Smith, 7 pm.


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