Internet Filters: Voluntary OK, Not Government Mandate

Internet Filters: Voluntary OK, Not Government Mandate

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People are talking about internet content filtering, especially since the ACLU won its case against the Child Online Protection Act (COPA), which tried to censor all speech about sex from the internet. But dont be confused between voluntary use of filters as an alternative to a criminal statute and governmentally imposed filters. ACLU First Amendment attorney Chris Hansen explains more about filtering and when it works and doesn't.

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