- CompuServe Newsgroup Ban
Background and details on CompuServe's banning of many Usenet
newsgroups due to pressure from the Germany.
- Amateur Action BBS
A BBS located in Calfornia charged with obscenity according to
"community standards" in Mephis, Tennessee.
- Hunt Senators, not lions?
A netnews writer is arrested an jailed without bail for a
vitrolic article, in which it is alleged that he "made terrorist threats
and threatened a public official".
- Electronic Images misc
Misc stuff about electronic images
- The ACLU
Dispute about the ACLU
"75 reasons" controversy
This is currently archived at
The Justice On Campus project
- CMU censorship
CMU's attempt to ban receiving any discussion or images having
to do with sex if they happen to have electronic form.
- Penn Papers Destruction
The destruction of an issue of a student newspaper at Penn State
- "Jake Baker" story: Fantasy or Threat
Is a story using a real person's name a threat?
- Donald Silva v. University of New Hampshire.
The case where a writing professor was fired for "sexual
harassment" for two general comments about sex and metaphors. He sued
- "Water Buffalo"
The nationally known incident where Eden Jacobowitz was charged
with "racial harassment" for describing some black sorority women making
noise outside his bedroom as "water buffalo".
A festival of sexual harassment charges and lawsuits! Politics
- Erulkar vs Bitran
The Case of The Kissing Professor (MIT, Prof sued for harassment).
- Wolff vs. MIT
A lawsuit filed by a conservative female professor alleging
MIT's Literature department and Women's Studies Program created a
"hostile environment" for her.
- Dershowitz vs the Porn Policy
Adam Dershowitz challenged MIT's "Pornography Policy". And won!
- The MIT Harassment Guide
Comments on the content
- X-rated movies at MIT
The story first-hand
- MIT misc
A shouting incident
- Penn and Francis Get Framed
Did MIT set out to intimidate two (left-wing) critics?
- The Suppressed Freshman Picture Book
See the cover MIT president Charles Vest thought was offensive enough
to be forbidden to be sold. It's not "intuitively obvious".
- Residence/Orientation rules
No criticism of places allowed.
- LCA v. TEP
Does one word turn a fraternity prank into a "hate crime"?
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