My question is, what are networks like this one doing to prevent agencies like these from burning information and material like the ones described in this article.
Why is the TOR network the appropriate place?
(I cant speak for Tor, yes, no or otherwise).
Seems the EFF Electronic Freedom Federation https://www.eff.org/
is a good starting point for you to dig around to locate the right advocates.
perhaps the online libraries?
I view Tor as a software development organization.
Yes the founders are advocates for freedom of speech.
Maybe it is up to you, us, those you can persuade toward advocacy to be certain the materials in hard copy form
are scanned and protected prior to destruction?
If not for the individuals, I am not sure there are 'others' in waiting , but if so, maybe a donation to the cause would also help
thank you for bringing the injustice to the attention of others.
Its always good to share, to speakout for, and against the abominations that are book burnings.
Finding the right group might just become your task. Please?
Always good to reach out and ask for other ideas and help.