"New OIF Blog Deletes Free Speech"

Mr. SafeLibraries stopped by to mention <A HREF="http://safelibraries.blogspot.com/2009/01/new-oif-blog-deletes-free-speech.html">a new post he wrote</A>. A brief excerpt: <BLOCKQUOTE><I>The American Library Association 's [ALA] so-called Office for Intellectual Freedom [OIF] has a new OIF blog (http://www.oif.ala.org/oif/). For a few days, the new blog contained a means for commenting just like most other blogs. I know because I used it to respond to an existing comment—to no avail, as it turned out. Days after the blog was launched, the ALA removed the comment feature from the blog and removed at least one existing comment. With ability to leave comments excised, the "blog" is little more than an organized collection of OIF pronouncements. For example, here is the most recent blog post: Code of Ethics 70th Anniversity Celebration at Midwinter. It's dated yesterday, January 9, after the date of the promised new blog, yet it does not allow for any comments: "Responses are currently closed.... Comments are closed."</I></BLOCKQUOTE>
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