The Net

Belfield, Richard
June 1996
New Statesman;6/28/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4290, p33
Reports on a court ruling in the United States rejecting the attempt of the US Congress to censor the Internet. Significance of the decision to the future health of the World Wide Web; American Civil Liberties Union's challenge to the Communications Decency Act passed by Congress.


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