Supreme Court deals death blow to antiporn law

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    MacNut

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    http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-10147171-38.html
     
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    edgew8

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    Whew. *restores the collection from a backup*
     
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    william sire

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    I guess this means parent will have to do their job instead of throwing the responsibility on the state.
     
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    AppleMatt

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    Heaven forbid. Don't go bandying that about though, they might go and reverse their decision!

    AppleMatt
     
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    We haven't seen the last of the COPA prosecutions, and though this is a major setback, the Supremes will definitely have their hands full with future censorship attempts in sheep's clothing. Whether I agree with online pornography or not, is not the issue; it's anyone's attempt to force censorship upon me, my neighbor or anyone utilizing the internet b/c they are offended by their idea of pornography...
     
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    MacNut

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    People are not just offended by porn but of nakedness in general.
     

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