Chapman, Gary
July 1995
New Republic;7/31/95, Vol. 213 Issue 5, p10
Discusses the Communications Decency Act proposed by Senator James Exon of Nebraska in 1995. Criticisms on the legislative bill; Features of Internet which hindered the approval and implementation of the censorship bill; Implications of the opposition of the government to the bill for the national culture of the country.


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