Net Censorship Law Struck Down Again

Net Censorship Law Struck Down Again: “A federal appeals court struck down yet again a law that would have required websites to verify all visitors’ ages if any of its content wasn’t suitable for minors. Tuesday’s ruling from the 3rd U.S. Court of Appeals adds to a decade of losses for the government’s attempt to regulate speech on the internet.

(Via Wired News.)

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