San Francisco Defies Federal Internet Filtering Rule

10/4/2001 | Wired magazine

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted this week to ban Internet filters at city libraries, becoming the first municipality to defy publicly the new federal law requiring libraries and schools to filter Internet content. The legislation, meant primarily to protect children from pornography, is facing legal challenges from both the ACLU and the American Library Association on the grounds that it violates the First Amendment.

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