The National Coalition Against Censorship recently re-launched The File Room

Michael Horun writes: "The File Room, a catalogued web-based interactive archive of censorship cases, has recently been re-launched by the National Coalition Against Censorship as a major up-to-the-minute information resource on worldwide attempts to suppress expression. Open to submissions by organizations and individuals locally, nationally, and internationally, The File Room, is becoming one of the foremost resources on censorship in the world.
The project was initiated by Antonio Muntadas, a Spanish artist living in New York, and was originally produced in 1994 by the Randolph Street Gallery in Chicago with the support of the School of Art and Design and the Electronic Visualization Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Chicago. As planned, it then continued its existence on the Internet as an open submission archive. Currently, The File Room is hosted and maintained by the Arts Advocacy Project at the National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC)."