Court Says Internet Porn Law Is Unconstitutional

05/31/2002 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

A federal court in Philadelphia this morning ruled that the Children's Internet Protection Act of 2000, which requires libraries and schools that receive federal e-rate funds to install Internet filters to block objectionable sites, violates the First Amendment. The judges reportedly were swayed by evidence that filtering software could block legitimate sites along with those containing pornography.

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