Tuesday, December 20, 2005

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One more thing, over at NEWSgrist... as a radical militant library technician I found this hilarious. Not to mention disturbing.

One internal F.B.I. message, sent in October 2003, criticized the Office of Intelligence Policy and Review at the Justice Department, which reviews and approves terrorist warrants, as regularly blocking requests from the F.B.I. to use a section of the antiterrorism law that gave the bureau broader authority to demand records from institutions like banks, Internet providers and libraries.
"While radical militant librarians kick us around, true terrorists benefit from OIPR's failure to let us use the tools given to us," read the e-mail message, which was sent by an unidentified F.B.I. official. "This should be an OIPR priority!!!"
Yeah Yeah, so this is just barely art related, but hey.

Here's another take on the subject from the Rogue Scholar. And I got this one in an email at work yesterday from a colleague... just know your interlibrary loans may get you into more trouble than you'd think.

And one more: Radical Militant Librarians and Other Dire Threats

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