Protesting what they see as an intrusion by Big Brother, University of Maryland students are planning to defy authority and screen a hard-core porn movie in the name of free speech and academic freedom after a state lawmaker threatened to withhold funding for the campus, reports the Washington Post. "What we're upset about is somebody is trying to control what goes on on campus. This is symbolic," said Liz Ciavolino, a sophomore who is active in the group Feminism Without Borders. The movie initially was to be shown in the student union April 3. But university officials canceled it after...

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