Requiring Registration to Access Internet Pornography: Abridging Free Speech or Safeguarding Children?

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Most Americans are alarmed by this, with 73% of Americans who believe that "the government should do something about" children's access to pornography (Rourke 56). In addition, "94% of respondents agree ?it should be illegal for adults to use the Internet to make pornographic material available to children under the age of 18'" (Rourke 56)...
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As a response to this, Congress introduced the Child Online Protection Act (COPA) of 1998, which would make it a crime for "commercial Web sites to post material ?harmful to minors' unless the site has made a good faith effort to screen out those under the age 17" (Rourke 57). COPA would require that pornographic material be placed behind "screens" that adults could easily bypass...
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