Bob Edwards Talks To Georgetown Law Professor David Post

about the first major court ruling pertaining to free speech on the Internet. Yesterday, a three-judge panel in Philadelphia blocked enforcement of a new federal law against indecency on the Internet, until the Supreme Court can decide whether it's constitutional. The judges said the Internet deserves at least as much free speech protection under the First Amendment as newspapers.

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