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Online Porn Law Struck Down

Citing First Amendment concerns, Senior U.S. District Judge Lowell Reed Jr. struck down a law that made it illegal for adult-content providers to let children access sexual content. What do you think?
  • "The system works!'

    Leon Crawford
    Linguistics Professor
  • "If only there were some people around whose job it was to raise these children."

    Cynthia Fielding
    Paramedic
  • "Now that it's settled the speech issue, perhaps the court can turn its attention to our promise of free ringtones."

    Gavin Meyer
    Dog Walker