There is a large company who is leasing space to whom ever would like to use it. Thus my company has moved our office into this leased space. A much nicer facility than where we were at. The building we are in and the entire rest of the facility is owned by a publicly traded well known company. The buiding is also a beautiful example of Prairie School Architecture. When you think of Prairie School architecture think Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright and William L. Steele. Wright and Steele studied under Sullivan who was the father of Prairie School architecture. I am an amateaur historian. I love to research historical sites, photograph the site and post about it on my blog. I have been doing extensive research into Prairie School architecture. The reason is in Sioux City we have several buildings designed by William L. Steele. The building I work in is about 10 years old and yet was designed in Prairie School style. I have asked for and received permission to photograph and do a write up about the building. But there is a catch. I have to send what ever I am going to write up to the PR department of the company who owns the building for their approval before I publish it on my blog. This company is very worried about negative publicity. If I gave you the name all you would have to do is Google it and you'd see what I meant. I am going to be objective and factual about what I write and post. There will be no subjectivity or bias, one way or another. I will leave that for whom ever comments on the blog post. Here is my concern. Is this a violation of my 1st Amendment Rights? I feel as if this company is restricting what I may potentially write about the building. Sure it is their building but why restrict someone from saying what they want about it or the company who owns it? What do you think? I do know this what ever I write about it this company is not going to be allowed to use what I write with out my permission for any purpose. Before I publish it I will have an agreement from them on that. Knowing their this company and their PR dept. they will spin and use it to their advantage.