Justices to Consider Porn Filters in Public Libraries The Supreme Court will hear arguments over whether libraries that receive federal funding for technology should be required to filter out pornography on their Internet-connected computers. Last May, a federal appeals court ruled the Children's Internet Protection Act unconstitutional. NPR's Larry Abramson reports.
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Justices to Consider Porn Filters in Public Libraries

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The Supreme Court will hear arguments over whether libraries that receive federal funding for technology should be required to filter out pornography on their Internet-connected computers. Last May, a federal appeals court ruled the Children's Internet Protection Act unconstitutional. NPR's Larry Abramson reports.