Reading is Fundamentally Unpatriotic?
February 21, 2003 8:07 AM Subscribe
When the CIA Comes and Asks What You've Read
In reaction to the Patriot Act, a Montpelier, VT bookstore has purged all customer purchase records so that it would be impossible to comply with
the government's demands to see such records.
Co-owner Michael Katzenberg told the Associated Press, "When the CIA
comes and asks what you've read because they're suspicious of you, we
can't tell them because we don't have it.
We may have lost our marketing potential by doing this, but at the moment that's the price we have to pay to safeguard people's privacy."
Much more information on the "resistance movement," including how to start your own grass-roots campaign, from the Bill of Rights Defense Committee FightBack
Also, what's going on with the people who lend 'em, not sell 'em, the American Library Association:
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