1 edition of FBI Library Awareness Program. found in the catalog.
FBI Library Awareness Program.
|Other titles||The KGB and the library target.|
|Contributions||Schmidt, C. James, 1939-, United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation., American Library Association. Intellectual Freedom Committee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
A similar Cold War version of library monitoring was called the Library Awareness Program, through which FBI agents specifically targeted Soviet and Eastern European nationals. From through , under the related "Library Awareness Program," the FBI sent agents into university libraries asking for information on foreign nationals who were reading technical journals. And in the mid's, the Bureau interviewed approximately one hundred American travelers to Nicaragua, including a number involved in humanitarian.
FBI Academy, MCB #4 Quantico, Virginia United States () ; librarian The FBI tried to use surveillance in library settings as part of its Library Awareness Program of the s; it aimed to use librarians "as partners in surveillance." The program was known to the FBI as "The Development of Counterintelligence Among Librarians," indicating that the FBI believed that librarians might be supportive in its Headquarters: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
"In a national controversy erupted over the revelations of an FBI operation called the 'Library Awareness Program', which involved an effort by the FBI to recruit librarians to report on library patrons. details FBI's "Library Awareness Program" The FBI's controversial "Library Aware ness Program" is more widespread than previously known, and the FBI claims that librarians have been recruited by foreign agents, according to a recently obtained transcript of a closed meeting of the Na tional Commission on Libraries and Infor mation Science held.
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Relying heavily on previously classified FBI reports, the book traces the recent history of federal library surveillance, documents the media and congressional response to the Library Awareness Program, and discusses the professional and legislative moves that have been taken to safeguard library by: Still, librarians will be pleased FBI Library Awareness Program.
book note that Robins includes the FBI's Library Awareness Program as part of the attack on freedom of expression, although she ends with the disturbing note that the program is probably still very much alive.
Recommended for extensive collections on the FBI and 20th-century American writers.5/5(2). Library Awareness Program The Library Awareness Program was an intelligence gathering operation run by the FBI primarily in New York area libraries.
Once discovered there was great outcry against the measure both within the library profession and the general public. Documenting and analyzing the FBI's surveillance of libraries, this volume traces the recent history of the Library Awareness Programme, the media and congressional response to the programme and professional and legislative moves that have been taken to safeguard library confidentiality.
The subcommittee heard testimony on the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Library Awareness Program, a plan to surveil scientific libraries' patrons to try and detect domestic espionage. Add tags for "The FBI, libraries, and the Library Awareness Program controversy: selected references".
Be the first. A webpage compiling reports and publications released by the FBI and its criminal justice and law enforcement partners. The FBI Library is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to FBI employees and FBI Academy students. Library staff is available Monday through Friday.
He learned, to his surprise, that the FBI had been visiting science libraries around the nation for 13 years under a project that became known as the Library Awareness Program, and that FBI.
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Included here are many new FBI files that have been released to the public but never added to this website; dozens of records previously posted on our.
The FBI's Library Awareness Program: National Security vs Government Intrusion into American Libraries [and] The KGB and the Library Target.
Information Reports and Bibliographies, v17 n6. As early asthe FBI was running a program aimed at securing information about reading habits of many library users; this program was ultimately called the "Library Awareness Program". The Library Awareness Program was designed as a counterintelligence effort that would provide information to the FBI including the names and reading habits of users of many different libraries.
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It was librarians who helped bring to an end the FBI’s infamous library awareness program during the Cold War and who led efforts to pass library confidentiality protections in 48 of 50 states. Joan Airoldi and her staff and board acted in this great, professional.
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation's program to monitor the use of American libraries by agents of the Soviet bloc is a relatively minor but necessary part of its counterintelligence effort, a. When the FBI's Library Awareness Program, an attempt to enlist librarians in counter-intelligence efforts, became public in the summer of following a visit by two agents to Columbia University's Math/Science Library, librarians everywhere were quick to challenge this infringement of First Amendment rights and user privacy.
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through a national effort called the Library Awareness Program. “The FBI is poised to. The FBI, Libraries & the Library Awareness Program Controversy (Monticello IL: Vance Bibliographies, ).
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Cochran, Louis. FBI Man: A Personal History (NY: Duell, Sloan & Pearce. The Vault is our new FOIA Library, containing 6, documents and other media that have been scanned from paper into digital copies so you can read them in the comfort of your home or office.
FBI Records: The Vault.The FBI's controversial "Library Awareness Program is more widespread than previously known, and the FBI claims that librarians have been recruited by foreign agents, according to a recently obtained -transcript of a closed meeting of the National Commission .The FBI has invoked this exemption to delete room numbers and telephone extensions of FBI employees familiar with the Library Awareness Program.
As the Archive has not opposed the Government's invocation of this exemption, the accompanying order will enter partial summary judgment as to all material withheld under Exemption 2.