IQ News: See No Evil: Bill Wishes To Filter "Harmful" Sites

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A proposed Internet bill, The Children’s Internet Protection Act, that made little progress in the last Congress, is back. If it passes, it will force schools and libraries to install technology that filters pornographic material if they receive federal funds to hook up to the Web.
Under the 1996 Telecommunications Act, the government offers discounted Internet access to schools and libraries, called E-rate access.
The bill, sponsored by Sen.

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