Porn site or health care?

SomeOne points to This Editorial from The Mercury News that says the problem with filters is they often can\’t tell the difference.

They add An ill-conceived law forcing libraries and schools to use filters or risk losing federal funding has already run afoul of the First Amendment. They say Communities have a duty to take a closer look at how they are being used. Failing to do so is tantamount to handing censorship privileges to the whims of a bureaucracy — and of the filter makers — while doing little to make children\’s Internet surfing more secure.

\”IT\’S no secret that trying to sanitize the Internet with a porn filter is a bit like trying to whack weeds with a lawn mower: you\’re bound to cut a lot more than weeds, and the blades will inevitably leave some weeds intact.\”