The Church of Scientology vs. the Net

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This page created by Ron Newman.

Last major revision on July 29, 1996; a few links added or corrected on March 17, 1997. I have not had time to keep this page up to date in recent months; for a much more up-to-date (though less descriptive) list, see Marina Chong's A.R.S. Web Page Summary.


For more online information on the Church of Scientology, check out all of the following:

Cults in general

For information on cults in general, try some of these:

Free expression on the Internet

The Digital Future Coalition represents libraries and others working to prevent the U.S. Congress from passing legislation favoring the interests of copyright holders over those of the general public.

For information on preserving free expression on the Net, browse the web sites of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Center for Democracy & Technology, Voters Telecommunication Watch, Electronic Privacy Information Center, American Civil Liberties Union, and MIT's Student Association for Freedom of Expression (SAFE). See also the page for Hal Abelson's MIT class on "Ethics & Law on the Electronic Frontier".

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