Libraries must shield kids from Net porn
The Oregonian (Portland)
In this editorial Mr. Harms applauds the Tualatin City Council for its decision to require public libraries to use pornography filters on public Internet terminals. He criticizes the American Library Association's rationale that allowing unrestricted use of the Internet is a First Amendment right.
Internet censorship, sexual content, freedom of speech, children, Cox-Wyden portion of the Communications Act, Barry Steinhardt
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