Internet service providers that operate in Utah must offer customers a way to block porn sites under a law signed this week. ISPs complained that the law adds nothing to the fight against pornography, and said a legal challenge is likely.
Republican state Rep. John Dougall said the measure he sponsored should help parents overwhelmed by advancing technology. "Kids are much more savvy about what's going on than their parents," Dougall said.
Seth Finkelstein Points Out the law requires a list be kept. "...create a database, called the adult content registry, consisting of a list of content..."