``Internet connections used by students should be free from government censorship'', says David Jones, president of Electronic Frontier Canada, in a recent letter written to Ontario's Education Minister, John Snobelen.
The letter was prompted after Mr. Snobelen reportedly said he'd like to ``develop ways to control information that comes into classrooms off the Internet''. Mr. Snobelen is also quoted as saying that freedom of expression in schools is important but must be ``reasonable controlled''.
Electronic Frontier Canada is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting freedom of expression in cyberspace.
- Letter to John Snobelen, Education Minister, February 10, 1997
- David Jones, President, Electronic Frontier Canada
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- Kitchener-Waterloo Record, February 5, 1997.
- The Honourable Mr. John Snobelen
- Minister of Education & Training
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- Veronica Lacey
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