October 25, 2006

"Child Online Protection Act" (COPA) Internet Censorship trial begins

ACLU COPA press release:

PHILADELPHIA -- The American Civil Liberties Union today presented opening arguments in federal district court in its longstanding challenge to an Internet censorship law, ACLU v. Gonzales.

Best coverage I've seen so far is at law.com. See also nerve.com COPA blog

Frankly, is there anyone reading who 1) doesn't already know what I have to say on the topic, and 2) cares?

By Seth Finkelstein | posted in censorware | on October 25, 2006 08:47 AM (Infothought permalink)
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While I already know what you have to say on the topic, you often point me to good links on the topics you write about and your summaries mean that I can take a bit of a shortcut to synthesizing the information about a topic. So, yes, I think.

Posted by: jessamyn at October 25, 2006 10:13 AM