Child Online Protection Act
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Following oral arguments in the Ashcroft v. American Civil Liberties Union case Donna Rice Hughes, a member of the Child Online Protection Commission and Ann Beeson, attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union, spoke with reporters on the front steps of the Supreme Court. The case questioned whether the Child Online Protection Act required online commercial operations block objectionable material from minors on their websites without violating the
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Ann Beeson Official American Civil Liberties Union
Donna Rice Hughes Director Enough is Enough->Communications
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