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Old 20-11-06, 10:05 AM
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Nine Years Later, Children May Get Web Protection

Nine long years ago, U.S. Congress enacted a sweeping Web censorship law aimed at protecting children on the web. The law was promptly forgotten about after a lawsuit was directed at the US Justice Dept. The censorship law looks set to have some closure in early 2007. Although our job as adults is to protect children from nasties, both on and off the web; this new law if allowed to pass will have widespread implications for the web and freedom of speech as we know it. Care to comment? Feel free to do so below...


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"Jonathan 'Fatal1ty' Wendel may be 12-time world gaming champ, but how does he cope inside a 50c hot box sucking on a heavy load?":rocker::rocker:
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Old 20-11-06, 10:31 AM
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It's US based, won't affect you or me .
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Old 20-11-06, 06:02 PM
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Is that all part of the semi-Clinton-esq ruling thingy that half made it possible for u to host illegal stuffz and so on as long as a disclaimer was on a front entry page ? "By clicking the enter button, u are agreeing that u in no way work with, or for, the fbi............." and etc.

Doesn`t everything go through San Fran ?

Kids should be more overseen by the parents, imo. Censorship as far as the web is concerned is a big no-no.

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