The open free use forum allows users to report, detail, and track countless forms of censorship world wide. The founders consider “The File Room as a cultural project: an open prototype where participation, possibilities, and challenges will be tested.”
The site offers a searchable detailed archive of cases using a basic “keyword search,” or an “advance search,” or by using one of their four categories; dates, location, grounds for censorship, and medium. Cases from B.C. to the present day are within this searchable archive.
The best part we all have the power to submit a case of censorship through The File Room site. Check it out, use it, search and archive on it.