The excellent page on the obstruction of civil liberties and intellectual freedoms in education by Danny Yee <email@example.com>.
The research essay, "Love, Hate, Justice and Publicity", on Web publishing legal concerns, by Rod Eime <firstname.lastname@example.org> (includes mention of Rindos vs Hardwick Case and this site).
This case resulted in two books (both published by
1997? The First Stone: Some Questions about Sex and Power by
Helen Garner (ISBN 033035583x).
1997 Bodyjamming edited by Jenna Mead (ISBN 0091834031), a critique of The First Stone.
"Two female students at Melbourne University's prestigious Ormond College made informal complaints of sexual harassment against the then- Master, Dr Alan Gregory, over incidents alleged to have occurred at the college's valedictory dinner.
After six months of informal investigation by the college and the university, the complaints were dismisssed.
The women then made complaints to the police who laid charges of sexual assault against Dr Gregory.
One charge was dismissed and one was upheld but overturned on appeal. Dr Gregory consistently denied the allegations....
In her lengthy New Yorker review, [reviewer Janet] Malcolm says The First Stone "is the story of the author's thwarted attempt to write a 'quiet, thoughtful account' of a case of sexual harassment in Melbourne."