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MOCA Los Angeles Censors Street Artist’s Commissioned Mural

This week has seen quite a whirlwind of censorship controversies. The protests at the Smithsonian have dominated the conversation, but yesterday Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art made its own censoring move. MOCA, newly headed by New York transplant Jeffrey

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Stop The Internet Blacklist

By David Segal and Aaron Swartz When it really matters to them, Congressmembers can come together — with a panache and wry wit you didn’t know they had. As banned books week gets underway, and President Obama admonishes oppressive regimes

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Posted in Human Rights