The 1998 Child Online Protection Act has been ruled unconstitutional—once again. This time an appeals court in Pennsylvania notes that even though the Internet respects no geographical boundaries, by trying to apply "community standards" to the Net "the statute effectively limits the range of permissible material under the statute to that which is deemed acceptable only by the most puritanical communities."
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