Protecting Kids On 'Net

N-P-R's Christopher Joyce reports that the Supreme Court rejected the Communications Decency Act, which sought to prevent Internet smut. The Act, they ruled, was an overly broad ban, violating the First Amendment.. But for concerned parents, there is plenty of software available to control what their kids can access.



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