Free Speech on the Internet v. United States Constitution

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American History

 

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Kenneth C

 

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December 19, 2014

 

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Long live the net,' said Joe Shea, editor in chief of The American Reporter, the electronic newspaper that challenged the law."(Lewis) This case however was not the first. In Philadelphia a group of some 50 organization filed a lawsuit against the CDA and the court also ruled in their favor. (Lewis) More and more cases began popping up in federal courts until December of 96 when it was finally brought before the Supreme Court in Reno v...
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(Lewis) More and more cases began popping up in federal courts until December of 96 when it was finally brought before the Supreme Court in Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union.(ACLU v Janet Reno) The problem with the CDA was the fact that it didn't clearly define indecent material. Many thought the broadness of the terminology used in the bill made it impossible for this law ever to last...
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