Middle East Update — Supreme Court & Child Pornography


Middle East Guests:

Martin Indyk
* Senior Fellow of Foreign Policy Studies, Brookings Institution
* Former Ambassador to Israel (1995-1997) and (2000-2001)

Robert Melley
* Director, Middle East Program, International Crisis Group
* Former Special Advisor for Arab-Israeli Affairs in the Clinton Administration (1998-2001)


Supreme Court & Child Pornography Guests:

Lys Wiehl
* Law Professor, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Mark Rasch
* Works with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
* Former Head, Computer Crime Unit, United States Department of Justice

Ted Greenwald
* Senior Editor, Wired magazine

Representative Mark Foley
* Republican Congressman from Florida
* Co-Chairman, Congressional Missing and Exploited Children's Caucus

The Supreme Court has struck down a law banning simulated images of child pornography. The ruling says the legislation infringed on freedom of speech. On the next Talk of the Nation with Neal Conan, reaction to the ruling, and a discussion about the technology that makes computer graphics look so real, from NPR News.

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