New Guidance: E-Readers in Prisons Must Expand Access to Reading, Not Supplant Books Altogether
New guidance on e-readers use in prisons seeks to expand reading, not supplant books altogether. More
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The shattering news that four democracy activists were secretly executed by #Myanmar’s military junta demands a strong response, amid fears the military will escalate its campaign of terror against civilians, write @LieslGerntholtz and Nadine Farid Johnson https://pen.org/executions-of-pro-demcracy-activists-in-myanmar-raise-fears-of-escalation-of-military-campaign-of-terror-against-civilians/
Russia has rerouted mobile and internet data from Kherson through Russian networks and blocked access to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Ukrainian news websites and other independent sources. Kherson residents now must use Russian mobile service providers. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2022/08/09/technology/ukraine-internet-russia-censorship.html
Book bans are threatening American democracy. Here’s how to fight back.