Supreme Court to Decide Internet Library Filters

J.B. Bryant, and many others passed along word that The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to decide whether it violates free-speech rights to require public libraries to install filtering software on personal computers in an effort to protect children from Internet pornography.
AP Story From Yahoo! has more, along with Wired, and The ALA.

Seth Finkelstein also adds:

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all news coverage will tout this as filtering pornography, censorware
also usually

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WayBack Machine.
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