Sunday, 18 February 2018

U.S. high court weighs sidelined Internet porn law

By Andy Sullivan, Reuters
Wednesday 03 March 04

Decision on Child Online Protection Act expected by end-June.

The U.S. Supreme Court considered on Tuesday whether a law that requires Web site operators to wall off risque material from underage visitors violates free-speech rights. One of several unsuccessful efforts to protect children from online pornography, the 1998 Child Online Protection Act has never been enforced as lower courts have ruled it unconstitutional…

The U.S. Supreme Court considered on Tuesday whether a law that requires Web site operators to wall off risque material from underage visitors violates free-speech rights. One of several unsuccessful efforts to protect children from online pornography, the 1998 Child Online Protection Act has never been enforced as lower courts have ruled it unconstitutional…

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