Filtering Mandate Resisted in SD, AZ

Oder, Norman; Rogers, Michael
May 1999
Library Journal;5/15/1999, Vol. 124 Issue 9, p16
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Explains that the legislatures in Arizona and South Dakota passed laws regulating Internet access in public schools. Details about the filtering laws; Response of Sharyn Pennington of the Arizona Library Association (AzLA); Opposition to the South Dakota law from the South Dakota Library Association (SDLA).


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