> In January 1971, Horn was contacted by the FBI, seeking evidence involving Philip Berrigan. During the trial, they were subpoenaed to testify for the prosecution, but Horn refused to testify at the trial on the grounds that her forced testimony would threaten intellectual and academic freedom.
I've always thought that privacy advocates from the technology sector should work with libraries more than they do. The ALA is aligned on basically all the substantive issues and is frankly a lot better at lobbying and legal matters than most technology groups (which is not too surprising given the positive popular image that libraries have).
Wikipedia doesn't usually mince words around this, and in the five months since his retirement, nobody has thought to add a "Criticism" section.
It's horrible she will never be approved by the Senate.
There has to be a better way to get people properly appointed.
> President Obama Nominates New Librarian Of Congress Who Supports Open Access, Fights Against Surveillance
Obama's New Librarian Of Congress Nominee Fights Surveillance & Pro Open Access
Obama's New Librarian Of Congress Nominee: Fights Surveillance; Pro Open Access