Pennsylvania child porn-blocking law tossed

Fang-Face writes The First Amendment Center has an AP article about the Pennsylvanian filtering law being struck down.

No one challenged the state’s right to stop the distribution of child porn, but lawyers for the Center for Democracy & Technology and the American Civil Liberties Union had argued that the technology used to filter out those Web sites was clumsy and produced unintended consequences.

The court agreed that those consequences were not constitutionally reasonable. I’m sure censors will ignore the fact that filtering is sloppy work and focus instead on complaining about liberal judges, wrong-wing conspiracies, etc, etc, etc.