Why filtering laws just won’t work

CNET has This One by Ralph G. Neas, who says In the wake of a federal court\’s unanimous decision declaring the Children\’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) unconstitutional, supporters of the mandatory Internet filtering law have not only appealed the ruling to the Supreme Court but have also escalated their rhetoric in ways that mislead parents and the public about the issues at stake. He says That dodges the critical issue of how the filtering law would have worked in practice.